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Low Soda Tabular Alumina
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Product: Views:312Low Soda Tabular Alumina 
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Last updated: 2019-03-02 09:19

◆ Product Introduction

Tabular Alumina's features are: high purity, complete crystallization, good thermal shock stability. The production using Tabular Alumina have good corrosion and scouring resistance, long service life. Because of its unique advantages, it have been currently one of the highest quality refractory materials. And it is widely used in metallurgy, ceramics, construction industry, and other high temperature engineering industry.

◆ Chemical & Physical Properties


Low Soda Tabular AluminaLow Sodium

Typical Value Guaranteed Value
Chemical Composition AL2O3 99.58% 99.30%
FE2O3 0.02% 0.10%
NA2O 0.18% 0.20%
SIO2 0.06% 0.18%
Physical Properties Bulk Density 3.61g/cm3 ≥3.55g/cm3
Apparent Porosity 2.05% ≤3.00%
Absorption 0.68% ≤1.20%

All data are based upon GreatSun Technology Center standard test methods.

◆ Product Features

• High density

• High heat capacity

• Low water absorption

•  High thermal conductivity

•  High hardness and wear resistance

•  Good thermal shock resistance

•  High electrical resistance

◆ Application

Tabular Alumina has excellent fire resistance and is recognized as an excellent refractory aggregate. Widely used in the manufacture of refractory materials, such as skateboards, permeable bricks, nozzles, ladle castables, also used in the manufacture of kiln furniture and electrical insulators, the petrochemical industry.


Q:Usage of  Tabular Alumina.

A: 1.Tabular Alumina is the perfect refractory raw material.
     2.Tabular Alumina can replace fused alumina and whie fused alumina in some application.
     3.Tabular Alumina can use in kiln furniture and for metal filtration.
     4.Tabular Alumina can be used in a variety of industries, including steel, foundry, cement, glass, petrochemical, ceramic and waste incineration.