BASF DD431 CLAUS CATALYST

BASF DD-431 is made up of spheres of high activity, non-promoted activated alumina with large surface areas and specifically engineered pores of varying size. It is used to catalyze the Claus process and other similar reactions. The Claus process converts undesirable hydrogen sulfide and other compounds to elemental sulfur.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Sulfur Recovery
AVAILABLE PRODUCTS
BASF DD431 ACTIVATED ALUMINA PRODUCTS
Product Adsorbent Size
BASF DD431 Activated Alumina 3/16"
BASF DD431 Activated Alumina 1/4"
CHEMICAL FORMULA

Al2O3• nH2O


CHEMICAL COMPOSITION ( Wt %)
Al2O3 93.0
SiO2 0.02
Fe2O3 0.02
Na2O 0.30
LOI (1000°C) 6.5
TYPICAL PROPERTIES
BASF DD431 ACTIVATED ALUMINA TYPICAL PROPERTIES
Property 3/16"
(4.8 mm)
1/4"
(6.4 mm)
Unit
Surface Area 375 360 m2g
Total Pore Volume 0.55 0.55 cc/g
Macroporosity >750 Å 0.18 0.15 cc/g
Crush Strength 30 50 lb
14 23 kg
Abrasion Loss 0.4 0.4 wt %
Bulk Density 40 40 lb/ft3
641 641 kg/m3
BASF DD-431 PRODUCT DATA
PACKAGING INFORMATION
BASF DD431 ACTIVATED ALUMINA PACKAGING INFORMATION
Bags 25 kg / 50 lb
Drums 170 kg
Super Sacks Fill weight to order specification
CONTACT US

INTERRA GLOBAL 
800 Busse Highway
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068

Call: 847.292.8600

STORAGE

Store BASF DD431 activated alumina in a dry location to prevent premature water adsorption. Reseal packages after opening to prevent contamination and unintended water adsorption. We recommend that you rotate stock so oldest material is used first.