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Application of Activated Alumina

Time:2013-06-26 Click:1923

      Activated alumina balls are widely used as adsorbents and catalysts. Activated alumina balls are widely used in PET boring, polyester slicing boring, hydroxide boring, etc.

      The preparation process of activated alumina balls is a selective adsorbent process to remove impurities and fluoride from drinking water.  It is widely used for air, gas and liquid purification and the dullness of insulating oil and industrial oil air conditioning.  Activated alumina is characterized by large porosity and high surface area up to 345-415m2/kg. It is physically and chemically efficient and stable at higher temperatures and environments.

      As for the boring air and achieving a better dew point, it is the application feature of alumina convention.  Activated alumina balls are widely used in gas and liquid boring petrochemical jobs. Activated alumina is also widely used in textile industry, pharmaceutical industry and pneumatically operated dryers.  Activated alumina balls will reduce the total acid value of transformer oil, and the acid degraded by lubricating oil and refrigerant is used.

      Activated alumina balls grind things dry in air and dry for liquids and gases.  Activated alumina balls have excellent boring ability for various liquids and gases.

      The high adsorption ability of activated alumina balls is due to their high surface area and uniform pore distribution. Activated alumina balls can provide a better dew point up to -40℃ and can be regenerated with proper planning and activated alumina balls. The same ball diameter is extremely small and extremely dry by using high-pressure gas, and then the pressure of activated alumina balls is reduced. The low loss rate reduces the pressure drop during transportation and service life, and reduces outlet valve choke and filter blockage. Activated alumina balls are very good dry acidic gases and liquids, similar to CO2, etc.