Claus Sulfur Recovery Catalyst Activated Alumina Balls Claus Catalyst
Activated alumina ball is the catalyst in the Claus sulfur recovery unit. It is suitable for the oil refinery with H2S acid gas, natural gas purification desulfurization plants, city gas plant, petrochemical plants and the Claus sulfur recovery in chemical plants. And some applications may require promoted activated alumina, titania/alumina, or even titanium dioxide. The Claus process is a catalytic-based chemical technology used in converting gaseous hydrogen sulfide (H2S) into elemental sulfur (S). Effective catalysts for the Claus reaction generally utilize activated alumina. These activated alumina balls are an extremely porous aluminum oxide. clause sulfur recovery activated alumina for sulfur recovery are critical to optimum catalytic performance.
|Activated Alumina Desiccant Typical Physical Properties|
|Crush Strength||N ≥||150||180||200||230|
|Specific Surface Area||m2/g||300-330|
|Attrition Rate||wt% ≤||0.1|
|Static Water Adsorption||wt% ≥||18|
|The interval value of the indexes above are on the basis of the different grade of Activated Alumina Desiccant|
1.High surface area
2.Large pore volume distribution
3.Low dusting and high crush strength
4.Uniform sphere size and shape
Activated alumina is the catalyst in the Claus sulfur recovery unit, which drives up conversion of H2S to elemental sulfur.
Avoid moisture, avoid scrolling, throw and sharp shocking during transportation, rainproof facilities should be readied.
It should be stored in dry and ventilated warehouse to prevent contamination or moisture.