The carbon filter machine is formed by adding activated carbon particles to a binder and heating and sintering. The innermost layer of the filter element is a polypropylene skeleton to enhance the pressure resistance of the filter element. The bone frame is covered with two layers of polypropylene microfiber mat that intercepts the liquid through the carbon core and carries particles larger than 10 microns. The carbon core outer layer is wrapped with two layers of polypropylene microfiber mat, which can intercept particles larger than 10-20 microns in the liquid, so that the filter element has the dual functions of filtration and purification. The outermost layer is a white plastic mesh sleeve that gives the filter element a complete appearance and a neat appearance. A soft rubber cap on both ends of the filter element is provided to provide a good seal after the filter element is installed in the filter cartridge. The finished activated carbon filter is tightly packed with a plastic film to prevent the filter from being contaminated and keeping the filter element fresh.
The carbon filter machine has a good adsorption function, and can effectively remove residual chlorine, odor, color and organic matter in water.