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Inert ceramic balls plays important role of supporting and covering catalyst with high strength, high stabilities to chemical and thermal circumstances. It can resistant to acid, alkali, salt and all organic solvents. Being used as a support and a covering material in reactors in oil refinery, chemical, fertilizer, natural gas and environment protection industries, inert ceramic ball can improve the distribution of gas and liquid, protect the catalyst from shocking by the rushing fluids.
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Default Heat Storage Ceramic Balls

Heat storage ceramic balls are characterized by its high strength, low abrasion loss, large heat capacity and thermal conductivity result in efficient heat storage performance, excellent resistance to high temperature and the thermal shock, The balls have been effectively used in recuperator in air separation process, and also used to pre-heat the gas and the air in coal gas heating furnace in iron & steel plant.
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Default Porous Ceramic Ball

MH Porous Ceramic Ball is also named filtering ball. It is made by 20~30% pores inside the inert ceramic ball. Therefore it can be used not only for supporting and covering the catalyst, but also for filtering and eliminating the impurities of grain, gelatin, asphaltine, heavy metals and iron ions of less than 25μm. If the porous ball is set on the top of a reactor, the impurities fail to be eliminated in former process could be adsorbed in the pores inside the balls, thereupon protect the catalyst and prolong the operating cycle of the system. As the impurities present in the materials are different, the user can select the product by their sizes, pores and porosity, or if necessary, add molybdenum, nickel and cobalt or other active components to prevent the catalyst from coking or poisoning
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