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Supplier: Rath Incorporated
Description: are formed from alumina or mullite polycrystalline fibers with appropriate inorganic and organic binders. All grades are pre-fired to 1000°C or greater, resulting in an organic free composition. Possible applications include furnace hearth plates and low mass sintering setters.
- Silicate and Clay Based Material Type: Silica / Fused Silica, Mullite
- Shape / Form: Plate / Board (e.g., Fiberboard)
- Density: 45 lbs/ft³
- Applications: Ceramics / Glass Manufacturing, Chemical / Materials Processing, Foundry / Metal Processing, Refractory / High Temperature Materials
Supplier: LECO Corporation
Description: For more than 50 years, LECO has provided top-quality ceramic products to industries worldwide, such as technical ceramics, powdered metal (PM), metal injection molders (MIM), and foundry and investment casting. Designed to support sintering operations at temperatures up to 3200°F (1760°C
- Silicate and Clay Based Material Type: Zircon
Supplier: Saint-Gobain Ceramic Materials
Description: We include in this product category our sintered Al2O3 - SiO2 refractories with an alumina content less then 90%. The service properties of these materials are widely controlled by the mineralogical nature of the main component and of the ceramic bond, whether they are alumina or mullite based.Show More
Supplier: Rath Incorporated
Description: from alumina or mullite polycrystalline fibers with appropriate inorganic and organic binders. All grades are pre-fired to 1000°C or greater, resulting in an organic free composition. Possible applications include low mass sintering setters.
- Protective Function: Thermal (Heat / Fire), Specialty / Other
- Industry & Application: Chemical Process, Furnace / Foundry, Steel / Metal Mills, Other
- Material: Ceramic, Other
- Form: Loose Liner / Pre-fabricated, Tile / Sectional, Other
Supplier: Saint-Gobain Innovative Materials
Description: and wear-resistance industries. Powders are manufactured using several different techniques, including agglomeration, sintering, fusion and plasma densification. Customers parts have longer life, operate at higher temperatures, produce lower emission, yield high dielectric strength and are ultimately more
- Thermal Spray Technology: Flame Spray - Powder
- Particle Size: 3.94E-4 to 0.0018 inch
- Material Type: Ceramic, Alumina, Specialty / Other
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Synthesis of Mullite from High‐alumina Fly Ash: a Case from the Jungar Power Plant in Inner Mongolia, Northern China
Abstract: In this paper, an experimental study was conducted in order to test the feasibility of sintering mullite directly from the high‐alumina fly ash, without adding any extra material.
Sintering, Phase Stability, and Properties of Calcium Phosphate‐Mullite Composites
Rochazka, J. S. Wallace, and N. Claussen, ‘‘Microstructure of Sintered Mullite –Zirconia Composites,’’ Commun.
Sintering of Industrial Mullites in the Presence of Magnesia as a Sintering Aid
The difference in the sintering behaviors still remained after grinding to make particle-size distribution of mullite powder A similar to that of mullite powder B, even though an increased final density of the sintered mullite powder A (ϳ91% of the theoretical …
Preparation, characterization and uses of mullite grain
Each of the three grain materials, homogeneous precursor gel, fused mullite and sin- tered mullite , each ground to 8#m nominal size, representative of the 'fines' fraction of a grain mix to be used in producing refractory shapes, was made into compacts which …
Reaction sintering and microstructural evolution in metakaolin-metastable alumina composites
Characterization of sintered mullite matrices .
Topaz-Activated Solid-Phase Sintering of Mullite
E. B. Krol’and D. N. Poluboyarinov, “A study of sintered mullite ceramics synthesized from commercial-grade chemicals,” in Works of the NIIstroikeramika Institute, Issue 24 [in Russian] (1964), pp. 105 – 127.
Colloidal Processing of Glassy‐Phase‐Free Mullite from Heterocoagulated Boehmite/Silica Nano‐composite Sol Particles
The effects of nano scale designed ultrafine mullite precursor microstructures on the formation and location of silica‐rich glassy phase in the final sintered mullite matrix have been examined.
Sintering of mullite-based particulate composites containing ZrO2
Microstrncture of Sintered Mullite -Zirconia Composites, ibid.
Phase Transformation of Kaolinite Clay
Cameron used various mullite samples for lattice parameter study, and these are all well-ordered mullite but differ only in composition, mostly are fused mullite, or mullite crystal obtained from electro cast brick, corhat refractory, forester mullite, sintered mullite , etc.
Advanced Engineering Materials III
In the study, the pelleted mullite whisker precursors were pretreated and added into calcined bauxite and Suzhou kaolin to prepare the sintered mullite -corundum refractory materials, which could provide the conditions for the in-situ growing of the well dispersed mullite whiskers.
Zirconia–Mullite Composites Consolidated by Spark Plasma Reaction Sintering from Zircon and Alumina
Prochazka, J. S. Wallace, and N. Claussen, ‘‘Microstructure of Sintered Mullite –Zirconia Composites,’’ J. Am.
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mullite Prepared by the Sol‐Gel Method
The three-point bend strength of the sin- tered mullite was determined using speci- mens of dimensions 3 by 4 by 40 mm.