Weifang, Shandong, China
Member Since: 2019
KA401 activated alumina is manufactured from aluminium hydroxide by dehydroxylating it in
a way that produces a highly porous material;
KA402 activated alumina is also widely used to remove fluoride from drinking water. Basically,
the more alumina in the filter, the less fluoride will be in the final, filtered water.
KA403 is for absorbent H2O2
KA404 is for chlorine absorbent
KA405 in hydrogen peroxide production, as a selective adsorbent for many chemicals including,in removal from gas streams .
KA406 activated alumina is used as a charge material in foreline traps to prevent generated by from
backstreaming into the system
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Commercial quantity: fiber drum
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