Granulación

La granulación es una etapa de la producción de cerámica avanzada: es un proceso de añadir una cierta cantidad de plastificante a la materia prima en polvo para obtener gránulos con un tamaño de partícula relativamente grande y un cierto grado de granularidad, buena fluidez (alrededor de 20-80 mallas). ), para facilitar el moldeado a …

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Granulation

Granulation is one stage of the production of advanced ceramics. It is a process of adding a certain amount of plasticizer to the raw material powder to get granules with a relatively particle size and a certain degree of granularity, good fluidity (about 20-80 meshes), so as to facilitate the press molding of ceramic green …

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Alumina powder

Powder Preparation: The preparation of Alumina Powder for any fabrication technique is very important step to get better mechanical strength with a fine grained micro structure. The finest ground material with very minimal process contamination is the core process step in getting the best powdered Alumina raw material for producing any Advanced Ceramics products to …

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Hot isostatic pressing (HIP)

The HIP process, which subjects a component to elevated temperatures and pressures to eliminate internal micro-shrinkage, helped engineers respond to the aerospace industry’s increasingly stringent regulations. HIP enabled engineers to design components so they could meet specifications for use in critical, highly stressed applications. The HIP’ing Process The HIP process provides a method for producing …

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Cold isostatic pressing (CIP)

Cold isostatic pressing(CIP) applies pressure from multiple directions for achieving greater uniformity of compaction (high-quality parts) and increased shape capability, compared to uniaxial pressing. There are two methods of carrying out isostatic pressing. In wet-bag isostatic pressing - Powder is encased in a rubber sheath that is immersed in a liquid which transmits the pressure …

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Dry Pressing

Dry pressing is used to manufacture mass-produced precision ceramic products. Non-clumping granulates are compressed in steel dies designed appropriately for the part to be manufactured. The high cost for the dies (sometimes made of carbide) can only usually be justified for large runs. Dry pressing ceramic is the most economic process for large production runs, …

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