Black Silicon Carbide
Black Silicon Carbide is the product of silicon quartz sand and petroleum coke electrofused at high temperature in an electrical resistance furnace. The grains of Black Silicon Carbide are hexagonal crystals that are extremely hard, sharp, and friable, and have outstanding electrical and thermal conductivity and low thermal expansion.
black silicon carbide (Abrasive):
black silicon carbide (REFRACTORY):
F12 to F220, P16-P220, #240 to #4000
55-lb bags; 2,200-lb SuperSacks
Abrasives: Used in coated and bonded abrasives.
Surface treatment: Grinding, blasting, lapping and polishing.
Pavement and Flooring: For slip-resistance.
Refractory: Used to manufacture refractories, kiln furniture, bricks, electric heating elements, and high-performance automobile braking systems.
Metal foundries: Used as metallurgical additive and to create other special refractory shapes and crucibles.