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An activated carbon air filter is made up of a conventional filtration medium and a layer of activated carbon or charcoal. Activated carbon is simply a special type of charcoal whose properties to absorb gases are higher. The material is usually produced by heat-treating charcoal and impregnating it with chemicals.

Carbon air filters remove pollutants from the air with a process known as adsorption. The process of adsorption allows carbon air filters to filter organic chemicals (gases) from the air.

 These types of cabin air filters are more efficient and eliminate harmful gaseous pollutants and Volatile organic compounds (VOCs), such as carbon monoxide. In addition, it can filter bacteria and microorganisms.