|Material:||Silicon Carbide (SiC）||Application:||Industrial Ceramic|
|Color:||Black,Grey||Sic Content (%):||About 84%|
|Product Name:||Refractory Silicon Carbide Sisic Tube||Raw Material:||Silicon Carbide(SiC)|
|Thermal Conductivity:||45W/m.k(1200℃)||Size:||Customers' Requests|
|Feature:||High Bending Strength||Elastic Modulus:||410 MPa|
Refractory Silicon Carbide Silicon Tube,
SiC Silicon Carbide Silicon Tube
Black Content 84% SiC Refractory Silicon Carbide Silicon Tube
Silicon carbide ceramics:
SiC ceramics not only have excellent mechanical properties at room temperature, such as high bending strength, excellent oxidation resistance, good corrosion resistance, high wear resistance and low friction coefficient, but also high temperature mechanical properties (strength, resistance Creep). Etc.) is the best known ceramic material. Hot pressing sintering, pressureless sintering, and hot isostatic pressing can maintain high temperature strength at 1600°C. It is the material with the best high temperature strength among ceramic materials. The oxidation resistance is also the best among all non-oxide ceramics. Alias emery.
SiC ceramics have excellent mechanical properties, excellent oxidation resistance, high wear resistance and low friction coefficient. The disadvantage of SiC ceramics is low fracture toughness, that is, high brittleness. Therefore, composite ceramics based on SiC ceramics, such as fiber (or whisker) reinforcement, heterogeneous particle dispersion reinforcement and functionally gradient materials, will appear one after another. Improve the toughness and strength of the monomer material.
|Bearing Capacity SISIC(RBSIC)Beam|
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The initial application of SiC is widely used in the machining industry due to its super-hard properties. It can be used for grinding wheels, emery cloth, sandpaper and various abrasives. In World War II, it was also used as a reducing agent and heating element in steelmaking, which promoted the rapid development of SiC. SiC ceramics have been widely used in petroleum, chemical, microelectronics, automotive, aviation, aerospace, papermaking, laser, mining and atomic energy industries. Silicon carbide has been widely used in high temperature bearings, bulletproof plates, nozzles, and high temperature corrosion resistant parts. And it is in the high temperature and high frequency range in the field of electronic equipment parts.
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