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What are the applications of Tabular Alumina

Tabular corundum is a pure, sintered corundum that is fired without adding any additives such as MgO, B2O3, etc. It has a coarse, well-developed α-Al2O3 crystal structure, and the content of Al2O3 is more than 99%. So what are the applications of tabular corundum? The editor of Henan Sicheng provides detailed answers for everyone.
Plate-like crystal structure, with small pores and many closed pores. The porosity is roughly the same as that of fused corundum. It has high purity, good volume stability, and relatively small refiring shrinkage. It is used to produce refractory materials or castables after high temperature treatment Has good thermal shock stability and bending strength.

Application range of Tabular Alumina
1. Refractory materials, furnace charges, aggregates, castables, ramming materials, plastics, holding materials, projecting materials, spray coatings, vibrating materials, refractory mud, etc.
2. Wear-resistant coatings, fire-resistant coatings, wear-resistant machinery, etc.
3. Smelting, casting, steel mills, power plants, etc.
4. Ceramic deburring, surface treatment, etc.
5. Refractory bricks, refractory ceramics, etc.

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