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Hydrogen peroxide is a chemical widely used in various industries, mainly for pulp bleaching and production of percarbonate/perborate ect., Hydrogen peroxide may be produced by several different methods, e.g. hydrolysis of ammonium persulfate. However, the main industrial route is by the anthraquinone process.
One significant step in the anthraquinone process is the regeneration of working solution, activated alumina is most effective material for this step.
What is the Activtaed Alumina?
Alumina, also known as Aluminum oxide, is a chemical compound with the molecular formula of Al2O3. Activated alumina is typically found in granular and spherical form. The fact that CHEMXIN activated alumina (γ-Al2O3) has typically a high surface area, good chemical resistance, high abrasion resistance and its high efficiency in the drying gives concrete evidence for its use in the refining and industrial catalytic process.
How to use activated alumina in the hydrogen peroxide process for regeneration？
• It is used as a catalyst for de-hydrogenation and de-epoxidation reactions.
• It is used to remove the degradation products obtained from the working solution.
Why Choose CHEMXIN Activated Alumina?
1.World-class quality, our customer feedback that our KA403 is equivalent of BASF’s DD6 with more competitive prcie and excellent performance.
2.Manufacturer strength: 50000m2 workshop and intelligent warehouse that mean we can support any urgent orders.
3. Strong ability to regenerate anthraquinone degradation products and to absorb moisture and other impurities
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