Charcoball being fired at a high temperature ensures that the product is kept essentially sterile and hygienic during the production process.
The pores in the charcoal used in Charcoball are of various sizes. This function allows for ammonia and hydrogen sulfide gases to be absorbed allowing for the purification of the air and the water.
Absorption of chemical substances
The charcoal ingredient in Charcoball effectively absorbs formaldehyde and ammonia gas, which are among the harmful chemicals causing Sick Building Syndrome.
Compared to other potting soils, negative ion emission from potted plants increased when Charcoball was used.
Increase in negative ions
When the same types of plant were planted, the use of Charcoball produced an increase of negative ion emission in comparison with ordinary potting soil.