Silicon Carbide (SiC) Micron Powder
Its melting point is approximately 2830℃ and has a density of 3.16g/cm3. Silicon carbide has been the most widely used material for the use of structural ceramics. Characteristics of SiC can be listed such as relatively low thermal expansion, high force-to-weight radius, high thermal conductivity, hardness, resistance to abrasion and corrosion, and most importantly, the maintenance of elastic resistance at temperatures up to 1650 ° C, have led to a wide range of uses. SiC micron powders are used more for operation with wear at low temperature than for high temperature behavior. SiC micron powder applications are such as sandblasting injectors, automotive water pump seals, bearings, pump components, and extrusion dies that use high hardness, abrasion resistance, and corrosion resistance of carbide of silicon. High-temperature structural uses extend from the rocket injector grooves to the furnace rollers and the combination of high thermal conductivity, hardness and high temperature stability makes the components of the exchanger tubes of silicon carbide heat.