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Abrasive Grains

As a kind of materials, abrasive grains can be distinguished in a variety of ways. They are classified as either natural or synthetic abrasives by manufacturing; either conventional or super abrasives by using history.Learn more

Aluminum Oxide

Aluminum Oxide refers in particular to Fused Aluminum Oxide or Fused Alumina here. The second great innovation in abrasive technology at the turn of the twentieth century, after the Acheson process for SiC synthesis, was the invention of the Higgins electric arc furnace for...

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Brown Fused Alumina

Generally, Brown Fused Alumina (BFA) contains 2-4% titania except aluminum oxide, which makes it toughness. It is used in a wide variety of uses including Bonded, Coated, Refractory and Industrial markets.Learn more

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White Fused Alumina

White Fused Alumina (WFA) is a high purity, synthetic mineral, made by the fusion of controlled quality pure grade Bayer Alumina in an electric arc furnace at temperatures higher than 2000˚C accompanied by a time consuming solidification process.Learn more

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Pink Fused Alumina

Pink Fused Alumina is White Fused Alumina with chrome oxide (<0.5% Cr2O3>) has been added in the fusion process to produce a grain that is slightly tougher than regular white fused alumina used for grinding unhardened high alloy steels. Learn more

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Black Fused Alumina

Most of Black fused alumina is made in China, which is also known as low aluminum corundum. It is a dark gray crystal, melted in electric arc furnaces by using the bauxite as its raw material. Learn more

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Monocrystalline Alumina

Monocrystalline alumina is also known as single crystal fused alumina, with bauxite, coal, scrap iron and pyrite as the main raw materials, in the process of smelting in the electric furnace with the temperature of 2050℃, breaking, hydrolysis and manufacturing. Learn more

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Silicon Carbide

Silicon Carbide (SiC) was the first of the synthetic abrasives that ushered in twentieth century manufacturing. It was first synthesized in commercial quantities around 1891 by Dr Edward G Acheson [1] who gave it the trade name “Carborundum”, and was...

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Black Silicon Carbide

Black Silicon Carbide (SiC) is produced from recycled feed including amorphous SiC from previous furnacing cycles; the black coloration comes from iron impurities. Learn more

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Green Silicon Carbide

Green Silicon Carbide (SiC) is produced basically in the same process as black silicon carbide in a resistance type electric furnace with petroleum coke, quartz sand and other materials.Learn more

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Boron Carbide

Boron Carbide (B4C) is a grey-black colored super hard abrasive with metallic luster. It is one of the hardest man-made materials available in commercial quantities that have a finite melting point low enough to permit its relatively easy fabrication into shapes...

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Zirconia Alumina

Zirconia Alumina is a bluish grey colored ultra-rugged synthetic abrasive obtained from the fusion of zircon sand, zirconia ore and alumina in electric arc furnace at high temperature followed by cooling. The whole process is basically a melting recrystallization process...

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Ceramic Aluminum Oxide

Ceramic Aluminum Oxide is a self-sharpening grit that outperforms aluminum oxide in terms of hardness, toughness and life when used under identical conditions. It’s a new type of abrasive that was first invented and applied in 1983 by US company 3M...

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Natural Abrasives

Natural abrasive is a hard material found in the earth and is used to shape other materials by grinding or abrading. Natural Abrasives are extremely commonplace and are used very extensively in a wide variety of industrial, domestic, and technological applications...

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