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What are the differences between inert ceramic balls and alumina grinding ceramic balls

The Catalyst bed support inert ceramic ball and the grinding ceramic balls are both ceramic balls. The Catalyst bed support inert ceramic ball are used for making ceramic balls. The grinding ceramic balls are mainly used for grinding. The raw materials of the two are the same. They are two different uses of the same product. So what is the difference between them? Today I will take you to talk about the difference between Catalyst bed support inert ceramic ball and grinding ceramic balls.

The key function of the filler ceramic ball is to add gas or liquid. The strength and protection of the catalyst support are not high. According to the content of alumina in the inert alumina Catalyst bed support inert ceramic ball, ceramic balls can be divided into ordinary ceramic balls, inert alumina ceramic balls, medium alumina ceramic balls, high alumina ceramic balls, 99 high alumina ceramic balls, and solid grooves. Ceramic balls, active ceramic balls, porous ceramic balls and microporous ceramic balls, etc.

The grinding of grinding ceramic balls is a kind of precision grinding equipment, such as ball mills, vibration grinders, etc. The grinding hardness, bulk density, corrosion resistance, wear resistance and grinding efficiency of ceramic balls are higher than ordinary stone or natural stone. . Commonly used in ceramics, glass, enamel, paint, chemical and other industries. According to the different alumina content, ceramic grinding balls can be divided into silicon carbide grinding balls, ceramic grinding balls, and microcrystalline grinding aluminum.

So what is the essential difference between these two types of alumina filler balls and alumina grinding balls?

First, the sizes of the two are different.

The alumina filler ceramic ball is smaller, usually 10-30 mm in diameter, and the most commonly used is 25 mm. The grinding ceramic balls usually use 50 mm or more.

Secondly, the content of alumina is different between the two.

Ordinary Catalyst bed support inert ceramic ball have low alumina content. In the range of 25% to 70%, due to various requirements such as hardness, grinding ceramic balls requires a higher aluminum content. Usually used for 95% alumina content.

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