Jun. 20, 2023
Ceramic foam filter is a kind of effective molten metal filter.
It is produced with the organic foam sponge with three-dimensional network structure and connected pores is used as the carrier, which is infiltrated into the special ceramic slurry with thixotropy, and a special rolling process is adopted to make the ceramic slurry evenly spread on the skeleton of the carrier, and then finished by roasting at high temperature after drying curing.
|Ceramic Foam Filter||Material|
|Items||Unit||Alumina||Silicon Carbide||Zirconia||Mullite honeycomb ceramic filter plate|
|Others||--||SiC ≥60||ZrO2 ≥66||MgO ≥6.8|
|Max Operation Temperature||°C||≤1100||≤1500||≤1700||≤1480|
|Thermal shock resistance||Times/1100°C||6||6||6||6|
|Application||Filtration of molten aluminium.Non-ferrous alloys.||Filtration of molten steel and alloy, large scale iron casting.||Filtration of molten steel and steel alloys.||Filtration of Ductile iron, gray cast iron, aluminum casting|
|Manufacturer||Hebei CangChen Imp. & Exp. Trade Co., Ltd.|
|Material||Corierite||Mullite||Corundum Mullite||Zirconia Mullite||Zirconia Corundum|
|Hole type||Square, Round and Triangle|
|Holes/inch2||100CPSI, 200CPSI, 300CPSI|
|Coefficient of thermal expansion(x10-6/℃)||≤1.8||≤4.0||≤5.50||≤5.50||≤5.50|
|Max. Working temperature(℃)||1350||1500||1550||1580||1650|
|Application||Aluminium alloy casting||Grey cast iron, ductile cast iron and copper alloy casting||Stainless steel casting|
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It is weaved by high silica fiberglass yarn and coated with special refractory coating. It can effectively remove slag, refractory particles and non-metallic inclusions from molten metals. Made from specially treated silica yarns, the thick type silica mesh filters are capable of withstanding pouring temperature up to 1620℃.
Refractory Reticulated Structure Zirconia Ceramic Foam Filters are the best choice for filtering of determined for filtering of steel and steel alloys up to the temperature of 1700℃. Filters are recommended especially for high quality grades of alloys.