• Alumina Ceramic Crucible For Chemical Laboratory

    1. High Thermal Stability: Alumina ceramic crucibles can endure temperatures up to 1800°C, allowing for high-temperature experiments and processes without the risk of melting or thermal degradation. 2. Corrosion Resistance: The inert nature of alumina provides excellent resistance to chemical corrosion, ensuring that the crucibles remain unaffected by acids, alkalis, and other reactive substances commonly used in laboratories. 3. Mechanical Strength: The robust structure of alumina ceramics crucible ensures durability and resistance to mechanical stress, reducing the likelihood of cracking or breaking during handling and use. 4. Purity and Chemical Inertness: With a purity level typically above 99%, alumina ceramic crucibles offer a contaminant-free environment, crucial for precise and accurate chemical analysis.

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  • Slip casting-large size ceramic boat

    Slip casting molding is actually a molding method that has been used for alumina ceramics for a long time. Because gypsum molds are mainly used, the cost is relatively low and it is also relatively easy to shape.

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  • Different categories of rough products waiting to enter the kiln

    Rough parts: alumina ceramic plate, alumina ceramic boat, alumina ceramic crucible ​Waiting for kiln firing

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    Alumina Ceramic Crucibles Used for Melting Precious Metals

    In the world of metallurgy and materials science, alumina ceramic crucibles are gaining widespread recognition for their superior performance in the melting of precious metals. These crucibles, crafted from high-purity alumina, have become indispensable tools for industries requiring high-temperature applications and exceptional material properties. Their usage spans a broad spectrum of sectors, including jewelry making, electronics, aerospace, and scientific research.

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    Comparison of advantages of various ceramic crucibles

    Crucibles, as pivotal components in chemical instruments, serve as vessels for melting, refining metal liquids, and facilitating the reaction of solids and liquids—an integral foundation for seamless chemical processes.

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