|Size:||As Drawing||Name:||Refractory Kiln Furniture High Temperature Resistance Alumina Ceramic Disc|
|Usage::||Wear Resistant,abrasion-proof||Using Temperature:||＜ 1500℃|
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Refractory kiln furniture High Temperature Resistance Alumina Ceramic disc
Wear-resistant alumina ceramic disc are a special aluminum-oxide ceramic developed specifically for use as a wear resistant surfacing material. Harder than any naturally occurring substance except diamond, almost any surface subjected to sliding abrasive action can be protected with alumina ceramic. For example, it is being used to protect the metal surfaces of chute, bins, and hoppers, vibrating feeder pans, cyclones, centrifuges, conveyors, elbows and other equipment which is subject to severe abrasion.
Wear-resistant alumina tile are easily installed by plant maintenance people. They are available in standard brick and tile shapes as well as in special shapes to fit irregular contours.
Fastening the ceramic to metal or other backing material is accomplished by using cements, by mechanical means, or by a combination of cementing and mechanical attachment. The type of installation will determine which of the following methods to use.
High purity alumina ceramic tray can stand 1700C at most, widely used in furnace kilns and other applications.
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4. Our Alumina Ceramic Product:
Our general ceramic parts include, tube, rod, plate, disc, wafer, ring, seal, bearing, valves,
pump plunger, beam, roller, shaft, screw, washer, sleeve, hunger, spacer, holder, carrier,
insulator, scissors, knife, slitter, tweezers, tools, fixture, clamp, chuck, nozzle, guide, frame,
lining, and grinding media, milling ball or beads.
These precision toleranced ceramic components or assemblies are used in a wide range of
semiconductor, electronic, electrical, mechanical, chemical, automotive, textile and the other
industrial engineering applications, due to their extreme hardness, more resistances to wear,
heat, corrosion, high electric insulation, and low thermal expansion.
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