SIC for abrasives & refractory/silicon carbide with high quality

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25 m.t.
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2000 m.t./month

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Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

CNBM

Model Number:

CF180# 240# 320# 800# 1200#

Material:

SIC

Usage:

Lapping, Polishing,Blasting, Refractories

Abrasive Grain Sizes:

46#..1200#...2000#..2500#

color:

black and green

hardness:

9.15 mosh

melting point:

2250

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:bags, cartons
Delivery Detail:15-20 days

Specifications

silicon carbide Size Available: 
F10-F220,F240-F1200 
Other special size could be supplied as required.

1.used for made abrasive products
2.professional manufacture
3.prompt reply-within 24hours
4.prompt delivery-within 15days.
GritSiCF.C.Fe2O3
F12-F9098.50%min0.20%max0.60%max
F100-F15098.00%min0.30%max0.80%max
F180-F22097.00%min0.30%max1.20%max
F230-F40096.00%min0.40%max1.20%max
F500-F80095.00%min0.40%max1.20%max
F1000-F120093.00%min0.50%max1.20%max
P12-P9098.50%min0.20%max0.60%max
P100-P15098.00%min0.30%max0.80%max
P180-P22097.00%min0.30%max1.20%max
P230-P50096.00%min0.40%max1.20%max
P600-P1500095.00%min0.30%max1.20%max
P2000-P250093.00%min0.50%max1.20%max
Black Silicon Carbide is brittle and sharp and has electrical and heat conductivity in some degree.

Aplications :
Black Silicon Carbide is suitable for make grinding wheels, cutting wheels, mounted wheels, oil stone, abrasive media, and also suitable for surface grinding, lapping or polishing. 

The abrasive products made of it are suitable for working on Cast Iron, Non-ferrous Metal, Rock, Leather, Rubber, Wood, Ceramic, etc.

Black Silicon Carbide is also broadly used as high-grade refractory material and metallurgical additive. 

SIC for abrasives & refractory/silicon carbide with high quality


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Q:What kind of refractory materials should be used for the intermediate frequency furnace to smelt manganese?
You mean furnace lining or ladle lining? Generally magnesia is used as furnace lining, but heat preservation should be practiced when shut down, or brasque would crack. Surly you can employ existing furnace lining which is sold in Tianjin, a little bit expensive, the average lining could be used for 300 furnaces. The furnaces made by magnesia myself break down after 40 furnace were finished. What I referred is a furnace weighing 2 tons, as for a bigger furnace, the existing brasque would be OK. What is the difference between furnace lining and ladle lining? Can you give me more detail about the materials of making a furnace weighing 2 ton? Why others can burn 80-90 furnace with 0.7-ton furnace; over 200 furnaces with 2 ton? What are these ingredients? What I know is just magnesia, magnesium borate, and together with boric acid, they also have many types, which one should I use? Thank you!
Q:How long is the fire resistant limit for ultra thin fire retardant coating?
The fire resistant limit of ultra-thin fire retardant coating is 1.5 hours, generally fire resisting time for thin fire retardant coatings does not exceed 1.5 hours. If the time exceeds 1.5 hours, thick fire resistive coating should be uesd. There is no detailed stipulation for ultra-thin fire retardant coating, and the thickness of the inside is the fire resistance limit shall reach certain time(at least). If fire resistance limit is 2.5 hours, the thickness shall be 4.9mm. If the fire resistance limit is 2 hours, the thickness is 3.5mm. If fire resistance limit is 1.5 hour, the thickness should be 1.75mm.
Q:How is the grading of the level A new material fire insulation material?
The standard to distinguish level A and level B is the different fireproofing coefficient. The level A is non-combustible. The level B is divided into B1, B2 and B3. B1 is flame retardant, B2 combustible and B3 flammable. The level A is commonly phenolic aldehyde, rock wool, thermal mortar, foam ceramics, foam glass and foam concrete on the current market. Among the advantages of level A materials, the biggest one is foam concrete currently, also known as foam cement.
Q:What brands are the best in the A-level refractory materials?
These brands are good.
Q:How to divide fire rating of decorating materials ?
Decorating materials shall be divided into four levels according to combustibility. Level A: noninflammability; B1: difficult-flammability; B2: combustibility; B3: inflammability.
Q:How to use fireclay?
Mix refractory cement (ie aluminate cement CA50) with some refractory aggregate (bauxite, slag from flint clay) and powder (ie, crushed aggregate). Add some water to the mixture and stir, and it can be used. The clinker can be refractory powder.
Q:How to distinguish between class A fire resistant door and class B fire resistant door from appearance ? What are the differences between the two refractories? Thank you !
It is difficult to distinguish from appearance. Their fire endurance are also different. The filling refractories of grade A and Grade B fire resistance steel doors are all perlite. The only difference lies in the filler compaction density.
Q:What refractories are resistant to fluorine gas?
It is recommended to use fused-quartz brick, which will produce hydrofluoric acid fluorine (an acidic gas) when water vapors. It is cheap. While it is recommended to use silica brick if it exceeds 1,200 degrees. So acidic refractory is an advisable refractory for using. It works well if the temperature is below 1200 degrees.
Q:What are the fire protection standards of insulation materials?
This question is, like this. The combustion performance of thermal insulation materials for exterior walls of all civil buildings, within the scope of fire design auditing and fire control acceptance, should be brought into the auditing and acceptance. As for the "Management Regulations on Supervisions of Fire Prevention and Control for Building Projects" (Ministry of Public Order No. 106) , all civil buildings which are out of the scope of Article 13 and 14 are included in the random check. Before the release of new standard, it must be strictly implemented the Article II of the "Fire prevention Interim Provisions on civil external wall insulation system and external wall decorative" ([2009] No. 46), namely, the insulation materials of civil buildings must use materials with A-level combustion performance.
Q:who knows the requirements of refractory for forge furnace?
Here is the requirements of refractory for forge furnace: according to the chemical properties,casting fireproof materials are divided into three major categories: acidic, neutral and alkaline refractory materials. alkaline and neutral refractory materials are commonly used, such as alkaline magnesia-carbon bricks and burned magnesite bricks, magnesite-chrome bricks, magnesium-calcium brick, neutral high alumina brick, corundum brick, clay brick, etc., shapelessness materials include: castable refractory, ramming mass, gunning mix, coating, dry vibrating materials and so on! Hope my answer can help you.

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