Inert alumina balls:
The industrial ceramic balls used in our daily industrial production refer to inert alumina ceramic balls. The usual specifications of inert alumina ceramic balls are: diameter 3mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 13mm, 15mm, 20mm, 25mm, 40mm, 50mm, 60mm, inert alumina ceramic balls are also called filler ceramics by many users The ball is a kind of ceramic ball with industrial alumina and kaolin as the main production materials according to the production formula, after molding and firing at high temperature, the appearance is a regular sphere, and it has chemical and thermal stability. It can withstand acid, Corrosion by alkali and other organic solvents, and can withstand temperature changes in the production process. It has the characteristics of high temperature and high pressure resistance, low water absorption, and stable chemical properties.
Inert alumina ceramic balls are widely used in petroleum, chemical, fertilizer, natural gas and environmental protection industries, as covering support materials and tower packing for catalysts in reactors. Inert alumina ceramic ball has the characteristics of high temperature and high pressure resistance, low water absorption and stable chemical properties. It can withstand the corrosion of acid, alkali and other organic solvents, and can withstand the temperature changes in the production process. Its main function is to increase gas or liquid distribution points, support and protect active catalysis with low strength.
Activated alumina ball
Also known as modern water purification activated alumina. The use of alumina (AL2O3) in the catalyst is usually called activated alumina. It is a porous, highly dispersed solid material with a large surface area. Its microporous surface has the characteristics required for catalysis. Such as adsorption performance, fluorine removal performance, drying performance, surface activity, excellent thermal stability, etc., so it is widely used as a household desiccant and a catalyst and catalyst carrier for chemical reactions.