97.5% Silicon Carbide block
Silicon carbide with 97.5% SiC which is first grade . Specification as follow : SiC: 97.5%min Fe2O3:0.3%max F.C:0.6%max Moisture : 0.5%max CaO:0.05% MgO:0.05 Al2O3:0.05
Silicon Carbide Plate
Blocked silicon carbide ,it's SiC can be 97% Min ,F.C 0.3% Max,Fe2O3 is 0.5% max. It is produced from quartz sand and high quality anthracite under high temperature inan electric resistance furnace. ,and crushed by Barmak mill , ball mill,jet mill ,can be as deoxidizer and high temperature resistant material and Refractory materials. It is also fit for process the grind metals and non-metals material of low tensile strength, such as grey cast iron, brass, aluminum, stone, leather and hard rubber etc. Also can be used as refractory materials and in electronic industry. Black silicon carbide is very hard, sharp and brittle. Its grain edges are sharp and it is of a certain capacity of heat transmission.
90% Silicon Carbide
It is second grade silicon carbide (Nature block) Specificaton as follow : SiC: 88-90%min Fe2O3:2.5%max F.C:3MAX Moisture:0.5%max CaO：1.5% MgO:1.5% Al2O3:2.5%
98.5% SiC Silicon Carbide Nature block
Silicon Carbide have four grade specification . With 98.5% SiC is the super grade which specification as follow : SiC : 98.5% min Fe2O3:0.2%max F.C:0.2%max Moisture:0.5%max CaO:0.02% Al2o3:0.03%
Silicon carbide (-4) Anion
Super grade Raymond mill silicon carbide,it is produced from quartz sand and high quality anthracite under high temperature inan electric resistance furnace. It's SiC can be 98.5% Min ,F.C 0.2% Max ,can be as deoxidizer and high temperature resistant material and Refractory materials. If looks black and has a micro-hardness of 2800-3300kg/mm2, being used for produce the abrasive tools. It is also fit for process the grind metals and non-metals material of low tensile strength, such as grey cast iron, brass, aluminum, stone, leather and hard rubber etc. Also can be used as refractory materials and in electronic industry.
Super grade Raymond mill machining Silicon carbide
Silicon carbide is made of quartz sand, stone tar (or coal), wood chips and other raw materials in the resistance by high temperature smelting, silicon and carbon bonds made of ceramic compounds. Silicon carbide exists in nature in the form of rare minerals such as mozanite. Since 1893, silicon carbide powder has been used extensively as abrasive. The sintered silicon carbide powder can provide hard ceramic-like silicon carbide particles and can be used in materials such as automotive brake pads, clutches and ballistic vests that require high durability, such as light-emitting diodes, early radio detectors Classes are also used in the manufacture of electronic devices. Silicon carbide is now widely used in the manufacture of high temperature, high voltage semiconductors. By lely method to grow large pieces of silicon carbide single crystal. The gemstone of artificial mulberry is obtained by cutting the bulk silicon carbide single crystal prepared by the Lely method.