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Where are alumina balls mainly used

1. Act as a catalyst

Inert alumina balls are widely used in fertilizer, petrochemical and other industries as catalysts and catalyst carriers. In addition to specific surface area and surface activity, the selection criteria of the carrier also include many other indicators, including mechanical strength, chemical stability and different selectivity.

2. Defluoridation performance

Due to high porosity, good dispersibility, large surface area physical properties, good adsorption, drying, surface activity and stability, fluorine removal and other properties, activated alumina balls are often used as catalyst carriers for exhaust gas treatment. Ideal household drinking water fluoride removal device, water plant fluoride removal filter material and industrial auxiliary fluoride removal device;

3. Waste gas treatment

Inert alumina balls are one of the best carriers for the treatment of exhaust gas catalysts.

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