PYROPHYLLITE

Basic properties :


Good electrical insulator
Low dielectric loss
Resists to chemicals
Stability and precision of shapes
Resistant to high temperature
Excellent resistance to deep vacuum
Good resistance to thermal shock
Very low thermal expansion when heated to 1050°C

PYROPHYLLITE

Applications

Electrical engineering
Scientific research
Prototype parts and small series of insulating parts
Used to make small laboratories furnaces
Wear parts (sanding tubes, casting nozzles
MIG and TIG welding nozzle
Plasma nozzles
Welding assemble support and positionning templates

Pyrophillite is a natural rock carefully selected in quarries. Its chemical make-up is very close to traditionnal ceramics.
This natural ceramic makes it possible to machine small parts at cold temperature and then to anneal them at 1050°c or 1300°c depending on usage conditions.

Chemical composition :Red loss: 4.69%, SiO2 : 63.79%, Al2O3 : 27.83% ,TiO2 : 0.41%, Fe2O3 : 0.048%, CaO : 0.10%, K2O : 2.96%, Na2O : 0.25%

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