29 Sep 2014
September 29, 2014

Silicon Nitride(Si3N4)Ceramics

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Silicon Nitride(Si3N4)Ceramics Introduction of Silicon Nitride Ceramics Silicon nitride, especially high-purity silicon nitride, has very high strength, and is one of the world’s hardest substances. It is extremely heat-resistant, and the strength can always maintain up to the temperature as high as 1200 ℃ without dropping, and will not melt into the melt when heated… read more →

 Preparation Process of Silicon Nitride Ceramics       The types of preparation process of silicon nitride ceramics are mainly distinguished by the difference of synthesizing, forming and sintering methods and order. Reaction Sintering (RS) Reaction sintering to prepare silicon nitride goes in the following steps. After Si powder or the mixture of Si powder and Si3N4.. read more →

10 Sep 2014
September 10, 2014

History of Silicon Nitride Ceramics

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History of Silicon Nitride Ceramics    Due to the needs for continuous development of science and technology, scientists have been looking without pausing for the ideal new materials suitable for use under harsh conditions. In an endless stream of new materials, silicon nitride ceramics can be regarded as the fore, very impressive and receiving increasing.. read more →

Ceramic Grade Silicon Nitride Powder   Silicon nitride (Si3N4) is off-white, a synthetic covalent compound, and high-performance inorganic non-metallic material. Silicon nitride ceramic materials or silicon nitride refractory materials have excellent physical and chemical properties, such as high hardness, wear resistance, great modulus of elasticity, high strength, high temperature resistance, oxidation resistance, high thermal conductivity,.. read more →

Excellent Performance of Silicon Nitride Ceramics The excellent performance of silicon nitride ceramics has a special use value for the work environments of high-temperature, high-speed, and highly corrosive media often encountered in the modern technology, and relatively prominent properties are: (1) . The mechanical strength is high, hardness close to corundum, with self-lubricating property, and.. read more →

26 Dec 2013
December 26, 2013

Features of Silicon Nitride


 Silicon Nitride Features of Silicon Nitride Silicon nitride is an important structural ceramic material. It is a super hard material, with lubricity itself and wear resistance as an atomic crystal, as well as  oxidation resistance at high temperature. And it can also be resistant to thermal shock. When heated to 1 000 ℃ or above.. read more →

General Knowledge of Silicon Nitride Bonded Silicon Carbide (Si_3N_4-SiC) Silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide material is a new type of advanced refractory material, and the main products are silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide radiant tubes and silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide bricks. Properties & Uses 1. Silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide products are hard, with.. read more →

 Silicon nitride and Ferro-Silicon Nitride—Refractories    Early in the 20th century, refractories was developing in the direction of high-purity, high density and ultra-high temperature products, while there had been monolithic refractories and refractory fibers without firing completely and with small power consumption. In the modern times, with the development of atomic energy, space and new.. read more →

10 Dec 2013
December 10, 2013

Silicon Nitride Introduction

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 Silicon Nitride   Silicon nitride,is off-white,an advanced inorganic non-metallic material, has very good applications in iron and steel smelting,refractories,etc., and also has a wide range of applications in wear resistant rubber, plastics, ceramics, and other room temperature and high temperature sealing abrasives. Main Features This product is a new material generated at a specific ambient.. read more →

Application of Silicon Nitride bonded Silicon Carbide Products in the Non-ferrous Smelting Industry The non-ferrous smelting industry, mainly include aluminum, copper, lead and zinc industries. The temperature of smelting non-ferrous metal is lower than that of smelting iron and steel, but but the oxides of non-ferrous metals, such as Cu2O, NiO, ZnO, PbO, SnO2, have.. read more →