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Silicon Carbide for Metallurgical Raw Materials

Silicon Carbide for Metallurgical Raw Materials

    Extreme Hardness:
  • Silicon carbide has a hardness of 9-10 on the Mohs scale.
  • Enables efficient material removal and shaping of metal components.
    Superior Wear Resistance:
  • Exceptional durability extends the service life of tools and linings.
  • Maintains product performance and precision over extended use.
    Excellent Thermal Stability:
  • Retains structural integrity and insulating properties at high temperatures.
  • Withstands the extreme heat conditions in casting, steelmaking, and other metallurgical processes.
    Low Thermal Expansion:
  • Small thermal expansion coefficient helps minimize dimensional changes.
  • Improves the accuracy and consistency of metal forming and casting.
    Outstanding Thermal Shock Resistance:
  • Able to withstand rapid heating and cooling cycles.
  • Enables the use of silicon carbide in a wide range of metallurgical workflows.
    Corrosion Resistance:
  • Highly resistant to the corrosive environments in metal production.
  • Ensures the long-term reliability of refractory linings and other components.

Extreme Hardness

Superior Wear Resistance

Excellent Thermal Stability

Low Thermal Expansion

Outstanding Thermal Shock Resistance

Corrosion Resistance