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When you need a support media to withstand the extreme environments in petrochemical or ammonia processing, look no further than Saint-Gobain NorPro’s Denstone® 99 high alumina support media.  The purity and high strength of Denstone® 99 support media make it ideal for high temperature and steam applications.  The minimal silica content allows Denstone® 99 support media to be chemically inert to prevent fouling of your catalyst bed or coating of downstream equipment.   

Benefits of Denstone® 99 Support Media
  • High purity – Denstone® 99 support balls are 99+% alpha alumina.  With a maximum silica content of only 0.2% Denstone® 99 protects your catalyst bed and downstream equipment from fouling and coating caused by leached silica. 
  • Excellent thermal properties – Due to their high density, Denstone® 99 spheres can withstand temperatures up to 1650oC, so they are an excellent choice for heat retention and equilibration media.
  • Superior chemical resistance – Denstone® 99 spheres can withstand the harsh environments of applications with olefin processes, such as ethylene dryers, where polymerization could be a problem with a less chemically resistant material.
  • High strength – Denstone® 99 balls are manufactured to eliminate spalling and delamination within your reactor and prevents the occurrence of chipping, protecting your bed from plugging associated with the collection of splinters and fines. 
Related Literature
Data Sheets
Denstone® 99 support balls

Datasheet for Denstone 99 support media, included product details and specifications

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Brochures
Denstone® support media

Denstone® support media brochure, includes information on Denstone® products, including Denstone® 57, Denstone® 2000, Denstone® deltaP® and Denstone® 99.

PDF | 4 pages | 2.61 MB
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Data Sheets
Denstone® Media loading

document with detailed instructions for loading Denstone® support media

PDF | 2 pages | 122.01 KB
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