Barmac breaker and Ball 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.
Jet miling machining silicon carbide
Silicon carbide (SiC), also known as carborundum, is a semiconductor containing silicon and carbon with chemical formula SiC. It occurs in nature as the extremely rare mineral moissanite. As an abrasive, it can be used as a grinding tool, such as grinding wheel, oil stone, grinding head, sand tile, etc.