Alumina Packing Ball Descriptions
Alumina Ceramic Packing Ball is widely used in petroleum, chemical fertilizer, natural gas, environmental protection and other fields, as a catalyst covering support materials and tower packing in reactors. The main function is to increase the distribution of gas or liquid, and support and protect low-strength active catalysts. Moreover, ceramic balls feature a highly controlled geometry and an extremely smooth surface finish. The surface of the ball packing is relatively small. Due to the low voltage of the filler, the pressure drop is quite high.
Alumina Packing Ball Specifications
|Bulk Density (g/cm3)
|Unit Compressive Strength （13mm/N）
Alumina Packing Ball Features
Alumina Packing Ball can withstand the corrosion of acid, alkali and other organic solvents, and the temperature change in the production process. As the support and cover material of the reactor, it can buffer the influence of liquid and gas into the reactor on the catalyst and protect the catalyst. Many Alumina Ceramic Inert Packing Balls exhibit much greater hardness than steel balls, resulting in longer life and improved reliability.
Alumina Packing Ball Applications
Alumina Packing Ball is widely used in petroleum, chemical industry fertilizer, natural gas, environmental protection, and other fields, as the catalyst in the reactor cover support materials and tower filler. The main effect is to increase the distribution of gas or liquid, to support and protect low-strength active catalysts.
Alumina Packing Ball Packaging
ACM’s Alumina Packing Ball is carefully handled to minimize damage during storage and transportation and to preserve the quality of our products in their original condition.