Fused Aluminum Oxide Which Is White

  • Abrasive-stocks is a producer of white fused aluminum oxide. White fused aluminum oxide is extensively used as a raw material in refractories, ceramic forms, grinding wheels, sandpaper, blasting media, metal preparation, laminates, coatings, lapping, polishing, grinding, and thousands of other applications. Along with being offered in standard mesh, grit, and powder sizes, white fused alumina bubbles, grains, and powders from abrasive-stocks can also be customized and made to order.

 

  • White fused aluminum oxide is the high purity product. Because it has fewer impurities than brown or pink fused aluminum oxide, it has a whiter color. It is more friable in general than brown fused aluminum oxide.

 

  • A durable, wear-resistant substance with a high ability to survive abrasive chemical attacks (such as acid and alkali) at extremely high temperatures is aluminum oxide, which has a Mohs hardness of 9.

 

  • White fused alumina oxide powder is made by melting high-purity, low-sodium alumina powder at a high temperature, allowing it to cool, crystallizing, and then crushing it. To preserve the regular distribution of grain size, tight regulations are applied to the white fused aluminum oxide powder grit.

 

  • Because of its remarkable electrical insulating abilities, high melting point, high degree of refractoriness, and dielectric properties, white fused aluminum oxide is a preferred material for a wide range of applications.

 

  • The grain size distribution of the white fused alumina powder is closely packed. After going through shape processing, high purity white corundum powder has a full grain, sharp edges, high grinding efficiency, and high polishing brightness. The grinding effectiveness is much higher as compared to soft abrasives like silica.

 

  • White fused alumina powder is made by melting high-purity, low-sodium alumina powder at a high temperature, allowing it to cool, crystallizing, and then crushing it. The white fused aluminum oxide powder’s homogeneity and grain size dispersion are rigorously controlled.
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