As a process, air drying takes away the moisture from the air, keeping the machinery and equipment running uninterrupted. This is an energy-efficient and cost-effective method of maintaining moisture levels within the area, which can help reduce production and maintenance costs.
The process of activated alumina works on the simple premise of trapping the moisture to the material once the air passes through. JALON’s activated alumina products are superior to its peers, as they have larger water adsorption capacities comparing to molecular sieves at a higher relative humidity levels. They are conditioned to stay stable at or below dew point specifications, allowing for longer use and a more refined finsihed product.
A typical use for activated alumina is as a partner to molecular sieves in deep drying liquid or gasses for petrochemical products. Its larger particle size complements the finer adsorption capabilities of molecular sieves, protecting the sieves and extending the service life.
Our highly-refined active alumina pellets result in little to no dust particles after use. Less dust produced the pellets allow for fewer residues on the raw materials, giving your system a more stable and extended service life.
Thanks to its durable and compact manufacturing, there is a low attrition rate for our activated alumina products. Longer-lasting products help lower production costs, which improves return of investments to our clients.
With our research team constantly developing stronger and more resilient products, JALON offers durable and highly-resilient pellets that can handle more pressure. Its higher crush strength gives them a longer service life, reducing production costs.
Get more from your activated alumina pellets with its high adsorption capabilities, allowing them to extract more from your raw materials. Our dedicated R&D team continues to create improved pellets that have better capabilities for our clients.