Activated carbon filtration rates of various models and materials are different. The filtration rate of some activated carbons with high mechanical strength is generally much faster than that of low-strength activated carbon. Activated carbon is divided into many specifications and materials. I will briefly explain to you what the filtration rate of nutshell activated carbon is. It is an important indicator that affects water quality and operation management. It is related to the influent flow rate (that is, the scale of production) and the area of the filter. Therefore, the filtration rate cannot be adjusted during normal operation. The design must first consider selecting a reasonable filtration rate. Under the condition of a certain carbon layer thickness, the slower the filtration rate, the longer the contact time, and the longer the contact time, the better the adsorption effect of activated carbon and the better the effluent quality. The filtration rate of activated carbon filters in European and American water plants is generally 7.5-15m/h. The minimum flow rate of nutshell activated carbon is 9-12.5m/sec. The nutshell activated carbon is divided into coconut shell activated carbon and apricot shell activated carbon, which are called nutshell activated carbon. , Sometimes it’s not too standard, but it’s basically like this.