|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|
410MPa Silicon Carbide Beam,
Acid Resistant Silicon Carbide Beam
Mohs hardness of 9.15 acid-resistant silicon carbide beam
Silicon carbide beam description
In order to produce reaction bonded silicon carbide (RBSC), silicon is infiltrated into a pre-formed silicon carbide/carbon powder green body and then fired. This will produce about 10% free silicon, which fills the pores. The resulting microstructure has low porosity and very fine grains. Forming is usually performed before sintering, but the sintered compact can be ground to a tolerance of about 0.01 mm with diamond. However, it is difficult to perform machining after sintering.
The material has high strength up to 1350°C, so it can be used as a high-temperature gas turbine component. High hardness (harder than tungsten carbide) means it is widely used in bearings and seals. The high thermal conductivity and low thermal expansion rate result in good thermal shock resistance.
Compared with tungsten carbide or alumina, RBSC can withstand a wider range of acids and alkalis. Its oxidation resistance helps to extend the life of furnace applications.
SiSiC silicon carbide SiC beam advantages
RBSiC (SiSiC) beams have higher strength and will not deform even at very high temperatures. And show long life. The beam is the most suitable kiln furniture for sanitary ware and electrical porcelain applications. RBSiC (SiSiC) has excellent thermal conductivity, so it can save energy.
|Bearing Capacity SISIC(RBSIC)Beam|
|Sectional Dimension(mm)||Thickness(mm)||Concentrated Loading (kg.m/L)||Uniformly Distributed Loading (kg.m/L)|
|B Side||S Side||B Side||S Side||B Side||S Side|
Features of silicon carbide:
(1) Thermal shock stability, high refractoriness (up to 1200deg-1600deg)
(2) Extremely strong corrosion resistance
(3) Extremely high hardness and wear resistance
(4) Good RT and HT strength, high mechanical strength
(5) Lower thermal expansion coefficient
(6) High thermal conductivity
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