Porcelain balls are widely used in petroleum, chemical, fertilizer, natural gas and environmental protection industries, as the covering support material and tower packing for the catalyst in the reactor. It has the resistance of high temperature and pressure with low water absorption, and stable chemical properties. It can withstand the corrosion of acids, alkalis and other organic solvents as well as temperature changes during the production process. The main function of ceramic ball is to increase the gas or liquid distribution connection, support and cover the active catalyst. Classification of Porcelain Balls: Porcelain balls are classified according to their use, and can be divided into support ceramic balls and grinding ceramic balls.
The support ceramic balls are also known as inert alumina ceramic balls. The support ceramic balls are widely used in petroleum, chemical, fertilizer, natural gas and environmental protection industries. They are used as the covering support material for the catalyst in the reactor and the tower packing. The inert ceramic balls are divided into: 17%-19% inert ceramic ball, 23%-26% inert ceramic ball, 68% 75% alumina ceramic ball, 92% high alumina ceramic ball, 99 high alumina ceramic ball, concave-convex grooved open-pored ceramic ball, active ceramic ball, open-pored ceramic ball, microporous ceramic ball, storage Hot porcelain ball.
Grinding ceramic balls are grinding bodies used in fine grinding equipment such as ball mills, pot mills, and vibration mills. Grinding ceramic balls have the advantages of high hardness, high bulk density, corrosion resistance, etc., and their crushing efficiency and wear resistance are much better than ordinary balls or natural pebbles. They are widely used in ceramics, glass, enamel, pigments, chemical industries and other industries. According to the content of Al2O3, the grinding balls are divided into 92% 75% 68% alumina grinding ball.