United Manufacturing International 2000 Activated Carbon
|Activated Carbon Adsorption system
"I am pleased to share with you that we received our first set of testing results for disinfection byproducts in our
system in January and they were incredible! Our system has always had a problem meeting the state guidelines for TTHM (80Mg/L)
and HAA5 (60 Mg/L). Our results were non-detect for HAA5 and 1.4mg/L for TTHM. We are so pleased with the carbon system!"
- General Manager of N. California Water Treatment Plant.
UMI-2000 is a supplier of Activated Carbon, Ion Exchange (IX) Resins and Adsorption Filtration Equipment. We supply Commodity
Codes 885-08 Activated Carbon and Filter Elements and 890-02 Activated Carbon Systems, Equipment, and Adsorbers. Eastern,
Central and Western USA distribution points stock activated carbon in all forms - GAC, PAC and Extruded Pellets (EAC) from
coal and coconut shell. We also design, size and build custom fabricated liquid and vapor phase activated carbon adsorption
systems. Additional filter media we offer are organically modified clay, filter sand & gravel, anthracite, specialty
impregnated activated carbon(s) and Cat-OX 4mm pellet metal oxide treated activated carbon with 0.36 g/cc H2S Capacity. Full
technical support including isotherms and activated carbon use rate estimates.
UMI-2000 can mobilize manpower and equipment to any site in the USA to remove and re-install Activated Carbons. We have handled
the toughest applications including confined space entry.
|Two (2) x 20,000 lbs GAC change out
|Slurry transfer of spent GAC and installation of virgin GAC
Our bituminous coal and coconut shell activated carbons are NSF 61 Certified and meet AWWA B604 Standard,
Food and Water Chemical Codex, our factory is ISO-9001 QMS Certified for the production of Activated Carbon. ASTM test
methods are performed on our carbons in the lab and no carbons are put into a container for shipping until passing QC testing.
In addition, United Manufacturing International 2000 Activated Carbon company is
California Proposition 65 Compliant in all phases of our operations.
Background on CA Prop. 65: In 1986, California voters approved an initiative to address their growing concerns about exposure
to toxic chemicals. That initiative became the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, better known by its
original name of Proposition 65. Proposition 65 requires the State to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer or
birth defects or other reproductive harm. This list, which must be updated at least once a year, has grown to include approximately
800 chemicals since it was first published in 1987.