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  • Alumina
    Alumina or aluminum oxide (Al2O3) is a compound that consists of aluminum and oxygen. It is typically used in the alpha alumina structural form. In its pure form, alumina is a white ceramic material with high hardness. Fully dense alumina can be translucent. Alumina is used widely because of its
  • How To Select a Furnace for Batch Glass Melting Applications
    The most important characteristic of any glass melt furnace is that the lining be able to withstand the highly corrosive fumes frequently generated by glass chemistry at high temperatures. High alumina ceramic for temperatures up to 1700 deg C and cast zirconia for temperatures from 1800 to 2000
  • Cold Isostatic Pressing (CIP)
    Cold isostatic pressing (CIP) uses an oil-water or air mixture pressurized up to 100,000 psi. Flexible rubber or plastic tooling and steel mandrels are used in CIPing. CIP applications include refractory nozzles, blocks, and crucibles; cemented carbides, isotropic graphite, ceramic insulators
  • Silicon Carbide (SiC)
    Silicon carbide (SiC) is a compound of silicon metalloid and oxygen usually used in the alpha silicon carbide structural form.  SiC is a black, high hardness ceramic that usually is harder than alumina.  Depending on the Impurity additions, silicon carbide is green or black in color. Fully dense
  • TruMac CN: Carbon/Nitrogen in Coal, Coke, Carbon, Black & Graphite
    ) using Blank as sample name. b. Initiate the Analysis Sequence (F5), when "Load Sample into Furnace " message appears on. the display, slide an empty (clean) 528-203 Ceramic Boat into the combustion tube until it. reaches boat stop. Alternately, place crucible onto the appropriate position of carousel
  • Engineers Take New Look At Strength Of Industrial Glass
    , formerly of AT &T Bell Labs and now a visiting professor of ceramic and materials engineering at Rutgers University; Richard Brow, professor and chair of ceramic engineering at University of Missouri-Rolla; and Nathan Lower, masters student at University of Missouri-Rolla -- had to determine the ideal
  • Hot Isostatic Pressing: Today and Tomorrow (.pdf)
    is applied uniformly on all sides of an. object, eliminating internal porosity without. changing its net shape. The process can. be used to treat preformed metal, ceramic. or composite parts, and for compaction of. containerized powder shapes. Maximum. standard operating pressures can be speci-. fied from

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