Tabular Alumina

Tabular Alumina

This Tabular Alumina is white. It is available in a variety of particle sizes and reticulated powders. It has excellent properties in advanced refractory applications, so it is commonly used in high temperature engineering equipment, metallurgical and chemical fields, ceramics and building materials. It is a fully contracted coarse crystalline alpha alumina that has been converted to a corundum form. The flake alumina is prepared by sintering spherical intermediate calcined calcined alumina at a temperature just below the melting point of 2040 ° C of alumina.
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1. This Tabular Alumina is white. It is available in a variety of particle sizes and reticulated powders. It has excellent properties in advanced refractory applications, so it is commonly used in high temperature engineering equipment, metallurgical and chemical fields, ceramics and building materials. It is a fully contracted coarse crystalline alpha alumina that has been converted to a corundum form. The flake alumina is prepared by sintering spherical intermediate calcined calcined alumina at a temperature just below the melting point of 2040 ° C of alumina. The flaky alumina balls can be crushed, classified or sieved, ground and mixed into various granule or powder particle size distributions.

2. Tabular Alumina is chemically inert and therefore resistant to most alkali and inorganic acids. It has high density, low water absorption, high hardness, high thermal conductivity, good heat resistance and mechanical impact properties. In addition, it has high heat capacity, high electrical resistance and excellent wear resistance. Tabular Alumina has good thermal shock resistance and long service life. It is completely crystalline.

Chemical Composition(%):

Al2O3

SiO2

Na2O

Fe2O3

CaO

≥99.2

≤0.20

≤0.40

≤0.10

≤0.08

 Physical Index:

Bulk   Density

≥   3.50 g/cm3

Porosity

≤   5.0%

Moisture

≤   1.50%

 Size Available:

0-1mm,1-3mm,3-5mm

100mesh, 200mesh, 325mesh

According to customers' requirements

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