Tabular corundum aggregates 0-1mm for refractory

Tabular Corundum is high-density, fully shrunk, coarse crystalline alpha alumina that has been converted to the corundum form. It is a completely recrystallized α-alumina sintered at slightly below the melting point of imported alumina after batching, grinding and molding.
Tabular Corundum is produced by sintering ball-formed alumina at a temperature under the 2040°C fusion point of aluminum oxide. The crystals are arranged in a tabular staggered way, which increases the mechanical strength of the particles. Tabular corundum has characteristic large, well developed hexagonal tablet shaped α-alumina crystals of up to 200μm length.

Tabular Corundum is the preferred aggregate of amorphous and shaped high performance refractory materials, widely used in steel, casting, petrochemical, ceramics and incineration industries as well as electrical insulation, kiln furniture and catalyst carriers. Finely ground tabular alumina powder is an excellent product that used as a filler in epoxy resins or resin systems. It is used to obtain the desired high dielectric strength, thermal conductivity and wear resistance.

Tabular Corundum

Tabular corundum index:

Al2O3 Na2OSiO2Fe2O3MgOCaOBulk DensityApparant PorosityWater Absorption
99.3% Min0.4% Max0.13% Max0.05% Max0.05% Max0.07% Max3.55g/cm³5% Max1.5% Max

All data based upon Runlong Enterprise standard test methods

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Other special specifications could be supplied as required.

Tabular Corundum 0-1mm

Jumbo Bag of 1 Ton, 1.2 Tons or 1.3 Tons
25kg Woven Plastic Bag, 40 Bags in a jumbo Bag
25kg Woven Plastic Bags, 40 Bags on a Wood Pallet
25kg Paper Bag, 40 Bags on a Wood Pallet

Other package also could be supplied as required.

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