Home » Aluminium Oxide Free Flowing Powder (Al2O3, Purity: 99%, Mesh: -100)
|Product||Aluminium Oxide Free Flowing Powder|
|Melting Point||2,072 °C||Confirm|
|Boiling Point||2,977 °C||Confirm|
|Solubility||Insoluble in Water|
|Quality Control||Each lot of Aluminium Oxide Free Flowing Powder was tested successfully.|
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Alumina, commonly known as aluminium oxide powder and it is an inert, odourless, white amorphous material often utilized in industrial ceramics. Aluminium oxide is a thermally unstable and insoluble compound that occurs naturally in various minerals for instance corundum, a crystalline variant of the oxide, and bauxite, which is considered as its principal aluminium ore.
Most of the aluminium oxide produced is utilized to form aluminium metal and oxygen typically catalyzes corrosion in reaction with the metal aluminium. However, when bonded with oxygen to form aluminium oxide, protective coating forms and prevents further oxidation. This adds strength and makes the material less vulnerable to deterioration. It is also an economical substitute for industrial diamonds. Aluminium oxides powder is employed, as well, for the fabrication of piping components for example elbows, tees, straight pipes, hydro cyclones, reducers, nozzles, and valves.
Aluminium oxide powder: It is a preferred material for bearings in hip replacements, as prostheses, bionic implants, prosthetic eye substitutes, tissue reinforcements, dental crowns, abutments, bridges, and other dental implants because of aluminium oxide’s hardness, bio-inertness, and chemical properties. It is also applied in lab equipment and tools like crucibles, furnaces and other labware.
Aluminium oxide’s strength and lightweight qualities contribute to enhancing body armours, like breastplates, as well as vehicle and aircraft armour. Aluminium oxide is also utilized in synthetic-sapphire bulletproof windows and ballistics. It’s high melting and boiling points, in addition to its excellent thermal resistive properties, make aluminium oxide desirable in the manufacture of high-temperature furnace insulations and electrical insulators.
Aluminium oxide powder: Alumina films are also vital components in the microchip industry and some of its other uses involve spark plug insulators, micro-electric substrates, and insulating heatsinks. Since alumina is chemically inert, it is employed as filler in plastics, bricks, and other heavy clayware, like kilns. Because of its extreme strength and hardness, it is often used as an abrasive for sandpaper. Other applications include the production of various machining tools, cutting tools, thermocouple sheaths, wear-resistant pump impellers, and baffle plates.
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