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JACOBI GROUP

Jacobi Group was founded in 1916 by Ferdinand Adolph Wilhelm Jacobi, today it is made up of three core business units to serve a wide range of customer needs. In 2014 the group was acquired by Japanese company Osaka Gas Chemicals Co. Ltd. This led to a new era in innovation and increased R&D activities alongside the technical experts at Osaka Gas in Japan. As the world’s largest supplier of coconut shell activated carbons the group is on a journey to become the most sustainable supplier in the industry. Jacobi Carbons With manufacturing facilities in China, Sri Lanka, Japan, Philippines, India and Vietnam and 2 reactivation plants in Europe, we sell a range of activated carbons mostly from coconut shell raw material but also wood and coal. Jacobi Services In recent years the demand in the market for mobile filters has grown. With this, we have developed our own custom made ranges of filter units for a variety of air and liquid filtration needs, alongside the filters we offer a full end to end service package with media handling, filter exchange and filter media re-activation and replacement done by our own field service team. Jacobi Resinex Another part of Jacobi Group is the Jacobi Resinex business. Here we offer premium ion exchange resins that can be used standalone or in conjunction with our activated carbons or filter units to serve a number of different market filtration applications.

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  • Company headcount
    > 500

Organisation

  • Year established
    1916
  • Main activity
    Manufacturer/ Producer

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Trading areas

  • Regional
  • National
  • European
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Keywords associated with this company

  • Water treatment, industrial - systems and equipment
  • activated carbon
  • Activated carbon adsorption equipment
  • activated carbon filter
  • Activated carbon filters, regenerative
  • Activated carbon reactivation
  • ion exchange resins
  • Ion exchangers
  • Air filtration
  • Fluid filtration