Bamboo charcoal is a kind of charcoal fired from alpine moso bamboo which is more than three years old and fired at a temperature of nearly 1,000 degrees. Bamboo charcoal has a loose and porous structure, its molecules are dense and porous, and its texture is hard. Has a strong adsorption capacity, can purify the air, eliminate odors, absorb moisture and mold, and inhibit bacteria and insects. Contact with the human body can remove moisture and sweat, promote human blood circulation and metabolism, and relieve fatigue. After scientific extraction and processing, it has been widely used in daily life.
Because the carbonaceous material has numerous pores, the carbonaceous pores can effectively adsorb a part of the airborne substances, and it can adsorb, decompose odors and deodorize harmful chemicals such as sulfide, hydride, methanol, benzene and phenol . Bamboo charcoal is dense and porous, and has a large specific surface area. It can absorb moisture when the surrounding environment is humid, and can release moisture if the surrounding environment is dry.
Bamboo charcoal is clean and interesting as the fuel for barbecue picnic. It has a large specific surface area (charcoal is generally 300㎡ / g, bamboo charcoal can be up to 700㎡ / g), and the firepower is more than 30% of charcoal.
Bamboo charcoal is a porous material with a large number of tiny holes, a large specific surface area, and strong adsorption. It can adsorb residual chlorine and trihalomethanes in water. Therefore, bamboo charcoal is suitable for river water and domestic water. Purification.
Using bamboo charcoal as a humidity control agent under the bed of a residential room can prevent the rise of humidity and the proliferation of mold and microorganisms, and at the same time, it can be placed under the floor to prevent bacteria and regulate humidity.
The tiny pores of bamboo charcoal can absorb the ethylene gas produced by the refrigerator food or the Armenian odor produced by the spoilage of fish, keeping the freshness of vegetables, fruits and fish. Charcoal can be put in the refrigerator to eliminate the odor of food and keep the food fresh and not bad. It can also be placed in the rice bowl to prevent the generation of tapeworms and keep the rice bowl dry to ensure the quality of the rice. Anti-mold, deodorization; put in the car can eliminate odors such as leather rubber oil. Adding bamboo charcoal during cooking can adsorb pesticide residues contained in white rice and make the rice soft and not sticky.
Each gram of bamboo charcoal has a surface area of about 100 to 300 square meters, and if activated, it can even reach 1000 square meters. Its tiny pores are the best hiding place for moisture, so bamboo charcoal has the reputation of "the king of dehumidification". When the ambient humidity is greater than bamboo charcoal, the bamboo charcoal is dehumidified; when the environment is too dry, the bamboo charcoal releases moisture to maintain the dry and wet balance of the air, so the bamboo charcoal has a very good humidity and temperature regulation effect.
Utilizing the porous structure and adsorption characteristics of bamboo charcoal, it can be used for adsorption of sweat, saliva, and indoor moisture, and can release natural aromas, improving the quality of sleep at night.
Putting a few pieces of bamboo charcoal in the vase can prolong the aging period of the flowers; putting a few pieces of bamboo charcoal in the fruit box can play a certain preservation effect.
The porous hexagonal structure of bamboo charcoal contains rich interface factors, which can remove pores and dirt, promote metabolism, and have a particularly good cleaning effect. Developed bamboo charcoal shampoos, bath milks, facial cleansers and soaps can whiten and refresh the skin, and have certain preventive and therapeutic effects on skin diseases. At present, daily necessities such as toothbrushes and toothpaste are being developed.