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Inoculants
Ferro Silicon Magnesium

Ferro Silicon Magnesium



The most common use of Ferro Siliko Magnesium as an additive in the production of cast iron. It has the ability to form nodular graphite for products such as Ductile Cast Iron and Vermicular Cast Iron.

Melting Point Symbol intensity
1200-1250 °C FeSiMg 6,7 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Si %Mg %Ca %Al %Re 1-10 mm
2-20 mm
43-48 5,5-6,5 1-2 0,5 max
0,8 max
0,5-1

Inoculants
Ferro Silicon Strontium

Ferro Silicon Strontium



Ferro Silico Strontium is used to create lamellar microstructure in gray cast irons. It contains about 0.5-1 strontium and is an effective inoculant. Its effectiveness varies depending on the sulfur content in the liquid metal.


Inoculants
Ferro Silicon Zirconium

Ferro Silicon Zirconium



Zirconium is a highly reactive element and forms stable compounds with oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur and carbon. Usually available as bars, ingots, strips, wire, shot, sheet and foil.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1855 °C FeSiZr 5,860 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Zr %Si %C 2-6 mm
5-30 mm
35-40 43-52 0,5 max

Inoculants
Ferro Silicon Barium

Ferro Silicon Barium



Barium has a strong affinity for harmful elements such as oxygen and sulfur. FeSiBa is widely used as an oxygen and desulfurizer. It is widely used in ductile iron and is also used in gray cast iron.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1180-1240 °C FeSiBa 3,51 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS   GRAIN SIZE
%Si %Ca %Ba %Al 0,2-0,7 mm
0,5-2 mm
70-75 1-2 2,5 max 1-2

Inoculants
Ferro Silicium CA Bearing

Ferro Silicium CA Bearing



Ca Bearing has an effect of preventing freckle formation in thin section castings. It has a positive effect on graphite shapes depending on the calcium content it contains. It improves physical and mechanical properties. Usage rate in gray cast iron varies between 2/1000 and 6/1000.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1190-1240 °C FeSi 1,53 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Si %Ca %Al %S 0,5-2 mm
1-3 mm
2-6 mm
3- 10 mm
70-78 1-2 1-2 0,03 max

Inoculants
Calcium Silicium

Calcium Silicium



Calcium Silicon is used to control the shape, size and distribution of oxide and sulfur residues that affect the fluidity, workability, ductility and impact properties of the final product.Calcium-Silica alloys are used as deoxidant and desulfurizer in steel production.


Non-Ferrous Metals
Metallic Magnesium

Metallic Magnesium



Magnesium is one of the most abundant elements in the world and constitutes approximately 2.7% by weight of the earth’s crust, the eighth most abundant element and the sixth metal. Magnesium is the most used metal after iron and aluminum.

 Melting Point Symbol Intensity
650 °C Met.Mg 1,74 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS     GRAIN SIZE
%Mg %Fe %Si %Al %Cu Pul
99,9 0,05 max 0,03 max 0,03 max 0,05 max

Non-Ferrous Metals
Metallic Manganese

Metallic Manganese



Today, manganese is mostly used in the production of rebar in the iron and steel industry. The purposes of manganese are to establish the balance of manganese sulfur, to remove oxygen and to increase mechanical properties.

 Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1244 °C Met.Mn 7,46 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Mg %C %Si %P %S Pul
10-50 mm
95 min
97 min
99,7 min
0,01 max
0,04 max
1 max 0,04 max
0,005 max
0,035 max
0,06 max

Non-Ferrous Metals
Metallic Chromium

Metallic Chromium



Chromium is one of the main materials that increases the hardness and strength value and provides a strong increase in the resistance of the material against corrosion. It is a very important alloying element for steel.

 Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1907 °C MetCr 7,19 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Cr Pul
99,9

Non-Ferrous Metals
Metallic Molybdenum

Metallic Molybdenum



It is the element with one of the highest melting temperatures. Unlike most other high melting point metals, its density is only 25% higher than iron. Thermal expansion coefficient is the lowest level of engineering materials, it is one of the elements with the highest thermal conductivity. When molybdenum is added to steel and cast irons, it increases strength, hardenability, weldability, toughness, high temperature resistance and corrosion resistance. In nickel-based alloys, it increases the resistance to both corrosion and high temperature creep deformation.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
2610 °C Mo 10,28 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Mo %C %S %Cu %Fe BAR / PLATE
99,96 0,001 0,001 0,0002 0,0132

Non-Ferrous Metals
Metallic Silicium

Metallic Silicium



Metallic Silicium or silicon is one of the elements with the widest usage area. It increases the castability of the metal and is generally alloyed with aluminum. It supports the ferritic structure in cast iron and contributes to its strength properties. In steel production, it is preferred instead of FerroSilis, especially in alloys where carbon and aluminum are not desired.

 Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1414 °C Met.Si 2.3290 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Mn %Si %Fe %Al %Ca 10-100 mm
330,2 Grade
441 Grade
553 Grade
98,5 min
99 min
0,3 max
0,4 max
0,5 max
0,3 max
0,4 max
0,5 max
0,03 max
0,1 max
0,3 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Phosphor

Ferro Phosphor

The main uses of Ferro Phosphorus are to increase the fluidity of the liquid metal in casting and to provide abrasion resistance.It can also be used in steel production to increase corrosion resistance.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1050-1100 °C P 3,3 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%P %Si 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
25 min 2 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Manganese L-C

Ferro Manganese L-C



FerroMangan LC is a FerroMangan alloy containing low carbon. Especially in steel production, it is frequently used to adjust the Manganese ratio without increasing the carbon ratio.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1.246 °C FeMn 7,43 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Mn %C %Si %P %S 10-25 mm
10-50 mm
10-80 mm
75 min
78 min
78-84 min
80-84 min
0,5 max
1,5 max
2 max
6-7
6-8
1 max
1,5 max
0,10 max
0,15 max
0,20 max
0,25 max
0,03 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Chromium L-C

Ferro Chromium L-C



It is used to correct chromium ratios in the production of low carbon FerroKrom steel or to produce steel with high chromium ratios. It can also be a low-cost alternative to using metallic chrome in some alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1.890 °C FeCr 7,19 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Cr %C %Si %P %S 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
50-53
62-66
60-65
65-72
6-8
0,05 max
0,10 max
0,15 max
0,25 max
1 max
1,5 max
2 max
3,5 max
5 max
0,02 max
0,03 max
0,04 max
0,01 max
0,03 max
0,04 max
0,05 max
0,06 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Silisium Low

Ferro Silisium Low


Ferrosilicon is used as an alloying element to remove oxygen in liquid metal to improve steel product quality. While ferrosilicon is generally used as a deoxidizer in steel production, it must be low aluminum content as it is also used in cast iron and some alloys with high silica content.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1226-1332 °C FeSi 3,7 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Si %Al %C %P %S 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
45 min
65 min
75 min
0,03 max
0,1 max
0,5 max
2 max
0,1 max
0,2 max
0,03 max
0,04 max
0,03 max
0,04 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Chromium H-C

Ferro Chromium H-C



FerroKrom is used to give hardness and strength properties to the material, especially to give it stainless feature.FerroKrom is widely used in steel production. FerroKrom, which is also used in cast irons, also helps to gain properties such as wear resistance, hardness and strength.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1.890 °C FeCr 7,19 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Cr %C %Si %P %S 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
50-53
62-66
60-65
65-72
6-8
0,05 max
0,10 max
0,15 max
0,25 max
1 max
1,5 max
2 max
3,5 max
5 max
0,02 max
0,03 max
0,04 max
0,01 max
0,03 max
0,04 max
0,05 max
0,06 max

Ferro Alloys
Ferro Silico Manganese

Ferro Silico Manganese



FeSiMn is used as a deoxidant and alloying element in steel production. According to the usage rates of FerroSilis and FerroMangan, FeSiMn can be preferred instead of both. It provides a cost advantage in steel production compared to FerroSilis and FerroMangan consumption.


Ferro Alloys
Ferro Silicium

Ferro Silicium



Ferro Silicium is used in steel production and cast irons to remove oxygen and improve microstructural properties. Silicon mainly increases strength and wear resistance, flexibility, corrosion resistance and low electrical conductivity and magnetic shrinkage properties. Standard FeSi with low Al content, High Purity FeSi and low carbon FeSi products are used as an alloying element in the production of special quality steels used in engine, bearing, impact absorber, steel cord fabric in vehicle tires and stainless steel manufacturing. FerroS ilis is also used in the production of CaSi and Ferro Manganese Hc.


Ferro Alloys
Ferro Manganese H-C

Ferro Manganese H-C



Chemically, it generally behaves similar to iron. Manganese in metal form is oxidized outdoors and rusts in a humid environment. It burns with air or oxygen at high temperatures, similar to iron. FerroMangan is generally used in steel production. Its main use is for hardening of steel, desulfurization by forming MnS compound and also as a deoxidant.FerroMangan is also one of the elements that provide strength properties in gray cast irons.


Pig Iron
Steel

Steel



The peak type, which is called basic pig and known as steel piki in the casting industry, is used in gray cast iron production and in arc furnaces in steel production. It can be obtained as an intermediate product in integrated plants producing steel from iron ore.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1450-1520 °C Fe gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%C %Si %S %MN %P Külçe
3,8-4,6 0,7-1,2 0,03 max 0,08 max 0,05 max

Pig Iron
Hematite

Hematite



It is known as Foundry Pig Iron or hematite peak. With its high silica and manganese content, it can create technical and cost advantages for gray castings. It is also used in induction furnaces, especially preferred in cupola furnaces.


Pig Iron
Sfero Pig

Sfero Pig



Ductile iron peak (Nodular Pig Iron) is used in the production of spheroidal graphite cast iron.The use of ductile iron peak in ductile iron has many advantages in terms of cost and technique. In spheroid peaks, elements such as manganese, sulfur, titanium, chromium and phosphorus should be present in very low proportions.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1150 °C Fe gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%C %Si %P %Mn %S Külçe
3,8- 4,6 0,7-1
0,8- 1
0,9-1,1
0,015 max
0,010 max
0,016-0,018
0,030 max 0,030 max
0,035 max
Noble Alloy
Ferro Vanadium

Ferro Vanadium



Ferro Vanadium is used as an alloying agent for iron and steel metals as well as for aviation. The most important use of vanadium is as an additive for steel. It is used in the production of rust resistant, spring and high speed tool steels.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1900 °C FeV 5,4 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%V %C %Si %P %Al 10-50 mm
50 min
80 min
0,25 max 2 max 0,1 max 1,5 max
Noble Alloy
Ferro Molybdenum

Ferro Molybdenum



Chemically, it generally behaves similar to iron. It burns with air or oxygen at high temperatures, similar to iron. It decomposes water slowly when it is cold and rapidly when heated. The most important use of manganese is iron and steel production, in which ferro-manganese and silica-manganese iron are used as products.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1665-1715 °C FeMo 9 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Mo %C %Si %P %S %Cu 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
60 min
65 min
70 min
0,1 max 1,5 max 0,05 max 0,01 max 0,5 max

Noble Alloy
Ferro Niobium

Ferro Niobium



Ferroniobium is the main source for niobium alloy of high strength low alloy steel. For alloying with steel, ferroniobium is added to molten steel before casting. Ferro Niobium is a desirable compound as it can effectively double the strength and durability of the alloy and reduce the weight of the alloy.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1530-1580 °C FeNb 8,57 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Nb %C %Si %P %Al 10-50 mm
63-70 0,2 max 2,5 max 0,2 max 2,5 max

Noble Alloy
Ferro Titanium

Ferro Titanium



Ferro Titanium is used as a Cleaning Agent in Steel Production as it is highly reactive with Sulfur, Carbon, Oxygen and Nitrogen. It is also used for deoxidation, desulfurization and denitrification.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1070-1335 °C FeTi 5,4 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ti %Al %C %S %V 10-50 mm
10-100 mm
30-40
60-73
0,5 max
4,5 max
8 max
0,1 max
0,5 max
0,05 max 3 max

Noble Alloy
Ferro Boron

Ferro Boron



Ferro Boron is typically incorporated into steel to provide a solid form and high strength. Ferro Boron is called one of the most useful “precious ferro alloys”.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1500 °C FeB 3,3 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%B %Al %Si %C %S 10-50 mm
16 min 0,5 max 2 max 0,5 max 0,01 max

Noble Alloys
Ferro Wolfram(Tungsten)

Ferro Wolfram(Tungsten)



By combining iron with tungsten, tendencies towards brittleness are overcome. Ferro Tungsten is often an essential component of popular super alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1650 – 2100 °C FeW 5,4 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS     GRAIN SIZE
%W %Si %P %C %S % Mn %Cu 10-50 mm
70 min
75 min
0,5 max 0,06 max 0,2 max 0,1 max 0,25 max 0,15 max

Base Metals
Tin (Rod)

Tin (Rod)


Tin is a soft, ductile, silvery-white metallic element that can be easily beaten and shaped. Tin is mainly found in cassiterite and stanine ores. It is obtained by roasting cassiterite with carbon in an oven.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
232 °C Sn 7,3 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Sn %Pb INGOT / BAR
99,96 min
99,97 min
0,001-0,003
0,005-0,01

Base Metals
Tin (Anot)

Tin (Anot)


Tin is a soft, ductile, silvery-white metallic element that can be easily beaten and shaped. Tin is mainly found in cassiterite and stanine ores. It is obtained by roasting cassiterite with carbon in an oven.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
232 °C Sn 7,3 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Sn %Pb INGOT / BAR
99,96 min
99,97 min
0,001-0,003
0,005-0,01

Base Metals
Tin (Ingot)

Tin (Ingot)


Tin is a soft, ductile, silvery-white metallic element that can be easily beaten and shaped. Tin is mainly found in cassiterite and stanine ores. It is obtained by roasting cassiterite with carbon in an oven.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
232 °C Sn 7,3 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Sn %Pb INGOT / BAR
99,96 min
99,97 min
0,001-0,003
0,005-0,01

Base Metals
Nickel 10×10

Nickel 10×10


Nickel, a shiny silver-colored metal with a very hard but fragile structure, has held an important place in human life throughout history. Nickel is used in many industrial and end-user products such as stainless steel, magnets, coins and special alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1455 °C Ni 8,89 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Co %Fe 2,5×2,5 cm
5×5 cm
10×10 cm
100×100 mm (uncut)
99,97 min 0,0001 min 0,005 max

Base Metals
Nickel 2.5×2.5

Nickel 2.5×2.5



Nickel, a shiny silver-colored metal with a very hard but fragile structure, has held an important place in human life throughout history. Nickel is used in many industrial and end-user products such as stainless steel, magnets, coins and special alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1455 °C Ni 8,89 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Co %Fe 2,5×2,5 cm
5×5 cm
10×10 cm
100×100 mm (uncut)
99,97 min 0,0001 min 0,005 max

Base Metals
Nickel 5×5

Nickel 5×5



Nickel, a shiny silver-colored metal with a very hard but fragile structure, has held an important place in human life throughout history. Nickel is used in many industrial and end-user products such as stainless steel, magnets, coins and special alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1455 °C Ni 8,89 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Co %Fe 2,5×2,5 cm
5×5 cm
10×10 cm
100×100 mm (uncut)
99,97 min 0,0001 min 0,005 max

Base Metals
Nickel Anode (10×60)

Nickel Anode (10×60)



Nickel, a shiny silver-colored metal with a very hard but fragile structure, has held an important place in human life throughout history. Nickel is used in many industrial and end-user products such as stainless steel, magnets, coins and special alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1455 °C Ni 8,89 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Co %Fe 2,5×2,5 cm
5×5 cm
10×10 cm
100×100 mm (uncut)
99,97 min 0,0001 min 0,005 max

Base Metals
Nickel Anode (20×60)

Nickel Anode (20×60)



Nickel, a shiny silver-colored metal with a very hard but fragile structure, has held an important place in human life throughout history. Nickel is used in many industrial and end-user products such as stainless steel, magnets, coins and special alloys.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1455 °C Ni 8,89 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Co %Fe 2,5×2,5 cm
5×5 cm
10×10 cm
100×100 mm (uncut)
99,97 min 0,0001 min 0,005 max

Master Metals
Nickel Magnesium

Nickel Magnesium



Nickel Magnesium Alloy is a nickel alloy containing magnesium with Iron and Rare Earth Metal. It is used as a spheroidizer in ductile iron. The presence of rare earth metals such as cerium eliminates the harmful effect caused by the presence of impurities including Ti, Bi, Sb and Pb. Moreover, the presence of Ce (MM) improves the spheronization effect of magnesium and extends the duration of action of magnesium.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1290 – 1320°C NiMg 7,9 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Ni %Mg %Ce %C 50-150 mm
80-85 14-18 0,5-1,5 2,5 max

Master Metals
Copper Phosphor

Copper Phosphor



Copper phosphorus is a general term for copper deoxygenated with phosphorus. This is the most commonly used deoxygenated copper. It is used in the deoxidation of copper and copper alloy products. In addition, one of the most important benefits of Copper Phosphorus is that it increases the fluidity of copper alloy products.

Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1021 °C CuP 8-8,5 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
% Cu+P %Ce KÜLÇE
99,97 min 15 min

Non Ferrous Metals
Antimony

Antimony



Antimony is a strategically important metal today. Metallurgically, it is included in the non-ferrous metals group. Metals such as tin and lead can be substantially hardened by adding antimony. It is used as the raw material of many industries due to its low heat and electrical permeability, its use in alloys, and some features such as hardening and corrosion prevention.


Melting Pointi Symbol Intensity
630°C Sb 6,68 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Sb %As %Se ingot
99,65 min 0,15 max 0,005 max
Non Ferrous Metals
Cobalt

Cobalt



Cobalt is an element with low minerals in nature. It is very difficult to obtain it in pure form due to the difficulty of separating it from other elements and requires many processes. Cobalt is used in a variety of applications such as super alloys, corrosion resistant alloy, high speed tool steels and magnets.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1495 °C Co 8,9 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%Co %Ni %Fe %Cu %Si %Al PUL
99,94 50 ppm 12 ppm 9 ppm 2 ppm 3 ppm
Others
Graphite Powder

Graphite Powder



Graphite alone or mixed with other materials, shaped and used in a wide range of areas. It uses graphite as a lubricant in the electrical industry, foundry, painting, electronic equipment, insulating plants, motors, pencil making and many other areas.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity
1650 – 2100 °C C 5,4 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS TANE BOYUTU
%C %S %Ash 150 mesh
80-85 0,05 max 10-12
Others
Carbon Recarburizer (CPC)

Carbon Recarburizer (CPC)



It is used in the processing of iron and alloys. It is used in the control of nuclear reactions in steel making, in the coloring of tires, in the plastic industry, in obtaining paint pigments, in the dehydration of liquid oils.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity GRAIN SIZE
1.530 FeC 7,86 g/cm3 1-5 mm
0,5-4mm
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
%C %Kül %S %Nem %N %H %O %Ash %Vol.
99,15
99,1-99,6
96
0,5 0,02
0,8-0,95
1 max
0,02
0,1
0,05-0,2
0,2-0,5 max
0,01
1 max
0,02
0,06
0,08
0,1 0,3-0,45
0,25-0,45
0,2-0,25
0,2-0,5
Others
Carbon Recarburizer (GPC)

Carbon Recarburizer (GPC)



It is used in the processing of iron and alloys. It is used in the control of nuclear reactions in steel making, in the coloring of tires, in the plastic industry, in obtaining paint pigments, in the dehydration of liquid oils.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity TGRAIN SIZE
1.530 FeC 7,86 g/cm3 1-5 mm
0,5-4mm
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
%C %Kül %S %Nem %N %H %O %Ash %Vol.
0,5 0,02
0,8-0,95
1 max
0,02
0,1
0,05-0,2
0,2-0,5 max
0,01
1 max
0,02
0,06
0,08
0,1 0,3-0,45
0,25-0,45
0,2-0,25
0,2-0,5
Diğerleri
Chromite Sand

Chromite Sand



Chromite sand (FeCr2O4), a black angular sand, is highly heat resistant and chemically non-reactive and has good thermal stability and excellent cooling properties. It is used in mold and core applications in the foundry industry.Chromite has a wide range of uses in batteries, paint industry, coloring pigments, petroleum, ceramic and glass industries.


Melting Point Symbol Intensity 1800-1900 °C FeCr2O4 4,5 gr/cm3 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE %Cr2O3 %SiO2 %FeO %CaO %Al2O3 %MgO AFS 50-55
AFS 45-50 46,3 0,9 26,63 0,18 15,21 9,88
Others
Perlite

Perlite



Perlite is derived from the word perla, which means the same because of its pearl resemblance. Perlite used in the construction, agriculture and industry sectors serves many purposes. Perlite is important with its low density, physical flexibility, chemical stability, low sound permeability and fire resistance.


CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
Melting Point Symbol Intensity %SiO2 %Al2O3 %K2O %Na2O GRAIN SIZE
1260 °C Yok gr/cm3 68-75 11-16 3-5 2-5 0,6-1,2 mm
0,8-2,30 mm
Others
Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide



SiC is a ceramic material with exceptional hardness that is infused only with diamond, cubic boron nitride and boron carbide. The material is abrasion resistant and chemically inert to all alkalis and acids, as well as resistant to high temperatures. These properties make Silicon Carbide a superior abrasive and ceramic material for use in extreme operating conditions. Components are used in chemical plants, mills, expanders or constrictors or nozzles.


 Melting Point Symbol Intensity
2730 °C SiC 3,21 gr/cm3
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS GRAIN SIZE
%SiC   0-10 mm
2-10 mm
Briket
90 min