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AIM-Inert Ceramic Balls

AIM-Inert Ceramic Balls are generally used as catalyst support media due to their brilliant stability and reliability. They are made from high-quality chemical-porcelain clay materials, which has quite excellent constancy, high mechanical strength and resistance to thermal shock.

 

 Model: Inert Ceramic Ball
 Colour: Light Grey
 Shape: Ball
 Typical Technical Composition Min. % Max. % Usual %
 SiO2 70 77 74.9
 Al2O3 17 19 18
 Fe2O3 0 1.0 0.9
 TiO2 0 0.5 0.46
 CaO 0 0.5 0.42
 MgO 0 0.5 0.38
 Na2O 0 2 1.12
 K2O 0 3.5 3.28
 Al2O3 + SiO2 90 94 93
 Physical properties
 Index Value Value
 Leachable Iron ≤ 0.1% 0
 Apparent Porosity by Weight, dia. ≥ 10mm ≤ 0.4% 0
 Apparent Porosity by Weight, dia. = 6mm ≤ 1.0%
 Apparent Porosity by Weight, dia. = 3mm ≤ 3.0%
 Moh’s Hardness Scale >6.5
 Water Absorption <0.5wt.%
 Acid Resistance >99.8%
 Alkaline Resistance >85%
 Thermal Conductivity 0.9-1.0 w/m2.k
Thermal Expansion @ 500℃ 0.20%
Specific Heat 628-837 j/kg
Thermal Shock Stability, 500 ℃ then water cooling 10 times
Max. Operating Temperature 1050℃ 1922
Specific Density 2300 kg/m3 144 lb/ft3
Bulk Density (Packing Density) 1350 kg/m3 84 lb/ft3
Size / Crush Strength
Nominal Size (lbs) (kg) (N/pc)
mm Inch min. min. min.
3 1/8 77 35 343
6 1/4 176 80 784
10 3/8 234 106 1039
13 1/2 572 260 2548
16 5/8 726 330 3234
19 3/4 1672 760 7448
25 1 1870 850 8330
38 1.5 2090 950 9310
50 2 3476 1580 15484