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Silicon Carbide refractories are produced from silicon carbide, a raw material synthesized in a resistance-type electric furnace at temperature exceeding 2500°C, through the reaction of silica with carbon. They have a thermal conductivity ten times that of fireclay refractories, good corrosion and thermal shock resistance, and can be formed into complex shapes. They can withstand slag attack and flame erosion. This makes CUMIFRAC unusual even among advanced refractories and has given it wide uses.
|H.T. Insulators / Ceramics||Kiln furniture|
|Sanitaryware||Muffles and chamber-fronts|
|Foundries, Forge plants, Powder metallurgy||Heat treatment furnace hearth|
|Product||A.P (%)||B.D (gm/cm3)||C.C.S (kg/cm2)||RUL Ta (°C)||Al2O3(%)||SiC (%)||Fe2O3(%)|
The above figures are typical data as determined through Indian Standard Testing Methods and pertains to most commonly procured commercial sizes. These will be subject to reasonable variations for tailor made and non-standard sizes.
Materials can be manufactured to suit customer's specifications.