|Physical Property||Porous and highly adsorptive|
|Color||White or slightly red|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water, Soluble in strong acids and alkalis|
Activated alumina Balls is a filter media made by treating aluminum ore so that it becomes porous and highly adsorptive. Activated alumina will remove a variety of contaminants including excessive fluoride, arsenic and selenium. The medium requires periodic cleaning with an appropriate regenerate such as alum or acid in order to remain effective.
A white or slightly red particle, ball-shaped or roll-shaped, activated alumina is insoluble in water and organic solvent, soluble in strong acids and alkalis, odorless, tasteless and non-toxic.
Catalyst for recovering sulfur in the petrochemical industry
Excellent defluorination agent for drinking water and for recycling alkyl-hydrocarbon in alkylbenzene production
Reclaiming agent for de-acidic in transformer oil, and de-arsenic agent in the acid industry
Adsorbent in the production of hydrogen peroxide solution
Catalyst for polyhydro-ammonia by substituting silica gel with ball-shaped product
Desiccator and purifying agent