Introduction of the Green SiC
Green Silicon Carbide is made by a precision water classification process using material that is produced from the reaction between high purity silica sand and petroleum coke appended with industrial salt in a resistance-type furnace. Measuring 9.0+ on the MOHS scale of hardness, silicon carbide is one of the hardest abrasives known in the industry. The inherent friability of the sharp crystalline structure assures the continuous exposure of new cutting edges, which produces a faster and cleaner cutting performance.
Green Silicon Carbide (SiC) is an extremely hard (Mohs 9.4 / 2600 Knoop) man made mineral that possesses high thermal conductivity and high strength at elevated temperatures (at 1000°C, SiC is 7.5 times stronger than Al2O3). SiC has a modulus of elasticity of 410 GPa, with no decrease in strength up to 1600°C, and it does not melt at normal pressures but instead dissociates at 2600°C.
Green Silicon Carbide is used for many applications. See below for product information relating to your application.
For Coated and Bonded Abrasives,
For Polishing and lapping,
For Precision ceramics,
For Refractory materials,
For Metal Matrix Composites,
For Special Painting,
For Solar and semiconductor wafer wire sawing.
Grain size: 36#-320#
Fine Powder: 360#-1500#
Micro powder: 2000#-8000#
BingYang Abrasives offers a whole range of macro and micro grits in green silicon carbide, quality and various particle size distributions based on FEPA, and JIS standards.