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Black SIC For Refractory

Black SIC For Refractory

Increase your refractory's durability with our Black SIC product. Made with high-quality materials for optimal performance, this product ensures long-lasting protection for your refractory. Trust the benefits of our expertise and industry knowledge for a reliable refractory solution.

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Single Crystal Alumina

Single Crystal Alumina

Single Crystal Aluminum Oxide is produced in a unique process in which particles of various sizes are formed naturally during production, without the need for mechanical crushing. Single Crystal Aluminum Oxide is light blue in color (when fired between 300°C and 1280°C) and it has the advantages of extremely high hardness, sharp multi-prism cutting edges, stable bulk density, and excellent grinding performance with relatively low heat-generation.

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Zirconia Corundum

Zirconia Corundum

Zirconium Alumina is an abrasive material produced by electrofusing zirconium and alumina raw materials in an electric arc furnace, and then by quenching, crushing, and sieving the fused mineral into selected grain sizes. ZA25 has a compact structure with excellent toughness, hardness, durability, and grinding performance. Depending on the application, ZA25 is often far superior to brown fused alumina, silicon carbide, and other traditional abrasive materials.

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Garnet GHP

Garnet GHP

Garnet is a natural mineral known for its hardness, durability and abrasive characteristics. It is a cost-effective and safe alternative to silica sand, mineral slag, steel grit and steel shot, because its grain size, density, hardness, and durability creates excellent abrasive efficiency, which equates to low abrasive consumption at high production rates. Garnet can be recycled several times, depending on the application, due to its superior hardness and low friability. Garnet is available in a higher-quality and more pink GHP-grade, known as river garnet, and a lower-cost GH-grade, known as rock garnet.

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Black Aluminum Oxide

Black Aluminum Oxide

Black Aluminum Oxide is an abrasive that is one of the hardest minerals available. It is created through the electrofusion of Bauxite, Iron Oxide, and micro-elements in a tilting arc furnace. Black Aluminum Oxide can be produced in a variety of sizes from grains to micro-powders, and is one of the most economical media available for a wide array of dry and wet processing applications.

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Pink Aluminum Oxide

Pink Aluminum Oxide

Pink Aluminum Oxide (PA) is fused from high-purity alumina powder, chromium and other materials in an electric arc furnace at very high temperatures. The inclusion of chromium gives Pink Aluminum Oxide not only its characteristic pink or ruby color, but also even greater hardness and toughness than White Aluminum Oxide. Pink Aluminum Oxide has sharp edges and extraordinary durability, and is available in sizes ranging from large grains to micro-powders.

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White Aluminum Oxide

White Aluminum Oxide

White Aluminum Oxide is an angular abrasive that is one of the hardest minerals available. It is created by the fusion of high-purity alumina powder in an electric arc furnace at high temperatures. It can be produced in a wide array of sizes, from large grains to micro-powders, and is ideal for many product applications.

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Brown Aluminum Oxide

Brown Aluminum Oxide

Brown Aluminum Oxide (BFA) is produced by the fusion of high-quality bauxite in an electric arc furnace at high temperatures. Our Brown Aluminum Oxide has high compression strength, high toughness, excellent self-sharpening, low coefficient of thermal expansion, and excellent hydrophilia and cleanliness.

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Calcined Alumina

Calcined Alumina

Calcined Alumina is produced by heating alumina to certain controlled temperatures for various amounts of time. We use state-of-the-art process-control equipment to produce a range of high-alpha Calcined Alumina with controlled soda chemistry, surface areas and size distributions. Calcined Alumina has a surprisingly wide range of uses, based on the nature and range of its properties, including purity, chemical inertness, resistance to corrosion, extreme hardness, resistance to wear and abrasion, heat resistance, dimensional stability, high thermal conductivity, and electric resistivity.

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Surface Treated Abrasives Series

Surface Treated Abrasives Series

SHGB F1 is a red cubic abrasive grain with great durability and excellent heat dissipation ability, Compared with SHZ8 F1, thetoughness, hardness, hydrophilicity,cleanliness and magnetic material content of $HGB f1 are improved. it's suitable for makingtop-grade resin bonded abrasives that hard board and heavy duty grinding wheel.

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Green Silicon Carbide

Green Silicon Carbide

Green silicon carbide is made by melting siliceous quartz sand and petroleum coke at high temperature in an electric arc furnace. Green silicon carbide particles are sharp and blocky, high purity, extremely high hardness (Mohs hardness 9.4 / Knoop hardness 2600), strong cutting force, stable chemical properties, good thermal conductivity, and high high temperature strength.

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Black Silicon Carbide

Black Silicon Carbide

Black Silicon Carbide is the product of silicon quartz sand and petroleum coke electrofused at high temperature in an electrical resistance furnace. The grains of Black Silicon Carbide are hexagonal crystals that are extremely hard, sharp, and friable, and have outstanding electrical and thermal conductivity and low thermal expansion.

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