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Talk about the difference between activated alumina ceramic ball and inert alumina ceramic ball

1. Activated alumina ceramic balls have a certain adsorption effect and can be used to adsorb some polar substances. Simply put, activated alumina is active and will react with the material. Activated alumina ball has many capillary pores and large surface area, which can be used as adsorbent, desiccant and catalyst. At the same time, it is also determined according to the polarity of the adsorbed substance. It has a strong affinity for water, oxides, acetic acid, alkali, etc. The activated alumina ball is a kind of micro-water deep desiccant, and it is also the adsorption of polar molecules. Agent. Activated alumina ball fluoride removal is similar to anion exchange resin, but the anion resin is more selective for fluoride ions. Activated alumina has good adsorption and defluorination effect, stable capacity, and 6400 grams of fluorine per cubic meter of activated alumina. The product has high strength, low wear, water immersion, no softening, no swelling, no powdering, no cracking.

Activated alumina ball has many capillary pores and large surface area, which can be used as adsorbent, desiccant and catalyst. At the same time, it is also determined according to the polarity of the adsorbed substance, which has a strong affinity for water, oxides, acetic acid, alkali, etc. The activated alumina ball is a kind of deep desiccant for water, and it is also an adsorbent for adsorbing polar molecules. .

Application field

Activated alumina balls can be widely used in the deep drying of petroleum cracking gas, ethylene and propylene gas and hydrogen production, air separation plants, instrument air dryers, and fluoride treatment in hydrogen peroxide. It can also remove sulfur hydrogen, sulfur dioxide, and hydrogen fluoride in the exhaust gas. , Hydrocarbons and other pollutants, especially suitable for the defluorination treatment of fluorine-containing

2. Inert alumina ceramic balls are ordinary ceramic balls, which are used as spacers before and after the catalyst layer is filled in the reaction. The inert alumina ball is inert, will not react with the material, and play a protective role.

Inert ceramic balls have the characteristics of high strength, high chemical stability and thermal stability. Inert ceramic balls can withstand high temperature, pressure, acid, alkali, salt and various organic solvents. Inert ceramic balls are mainly used in petroleum, chemical, Fertilizer, natural gas and environmental protection industries. Inert ceramic balls are used as the support and covering material of the catalyst in the reactor, which can buffer the impact of the liquid and gas entering the reactor on the catalyst, protect the catalyst, and improve the distribution of liquid and gas in the reactor.

The inert ceramic ball has the characteristics of high strength, high chemical stability, thermal stability and resistance to high temperature, high pressure, acid, alkali, salt and various organic solvents.

In addition, activated alumina is generally not called porcelain ball, and inert alumina is called porcelain ball.

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