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What is Oxide Bonded Silicon Carbide

Oxide bonded silicon carbide (OBSC) is a type of advanced ceramic composite material that is made by bonding silicon carbide (SiC) particles together with an oxide binder. The oxide binder is typically silica (SiO2), but other oxides such as alumina

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What is Chrome Alumina?

Chrome alumina is a synthetic material produced by fusing high-purity calcined alumina and chromium oxide. Also called red corundum or pink corundum, It is a hard, wear-resistant material with excellent thermal and chemical resistance. Chrome alumina is available in a

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What is The HS Code Of Silicon Carbide

The HS code for silicon carbide is 28492010. This covers all forms of silicon carbide, including powder, granules, grains, and shaped articles. The HS Codes for green and black silicon carbide are: Green silicon carbide: HS Code 28499090 Black silicon

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What is Monocrystalline Alumina?

Monocrystalline alumina, often referred to as “single crystal alumina” or simply “sapphire” in some contexts, is a type of alumina (Al₂O₃) that has a single, continuous crystal structure. This is in contrast to polycrystalline materials, which are made up of

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What Is The Density Of Silicon Carbide?

The density of silicon carbide (SiC) is 3.21 grams per cubic centimeter (g/cm³). This is lower than the density of silicon (Si), which is 2.33 g/cm³. This makes SiC a good material for applications where lightweight and high strength are

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What is Silicon Carbide Poisson Ratio?

The Poisson’s ratio of SiC is one of the material properties of silicon carbide (SiC), which is an important parameter that describes the deformation characteristics of a material when subjected to a force. Poisson’s ratio is the proportion of the

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What is Nitride Bonded Silicon Carbide?

Nitride Bonded Silicon Carbide (NBSiC) is a unique ceramic composite material that has been gaining significant attention due to its exceptional properties. It is formed by bonding silicon carbide (SiC) grains using a nitride ceramic phase, resulting in a robust

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Does silicon carbide conduct electricity?

Silicon carbide (SiC) is a unique compound that exhibits characteristics of both a metal and a non-metal. It’s a semiconductor, which means it falls somewhere between metals (which conduct electricity) and insulators (which do not conduct electricity). Silicon carbide’s ability

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Black SiC is suitable for working on cast iron, non-ferrous metal, rock, leather, rubber, etc. It is also broadly used as refractory material and metallurgical additive.

Black Silicon Carbide Macro Grits
Black Silicon Carbide Micro Powder

Green SiC is suitable for processing hard alloy, metallic and non-metallic materials with hard and brittle features such as copper, brass, aluminum, magnesium, jewel, optical glass, ceramics, etc. Super powder of it is also a kind of ceramic material.

Green Silicon Carbide Macro Grits
Green Silicon Carbide Micro Powder

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