Alumina Ceramic offers abrasion and corrosion resistance.

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Able to withstand continuous operating temperatures up to 3,000°F, full-fired Aremcolox(TM) 502-1400-99 features compressive strength of 340,000 psi, flexural strength of 46,000 psi, and dielectric strength of 225 V/mil. Product experiences no weight loss when exposed to high concentrations of sulphuric acid for extended periods of time. Applications include molding of burner nozzles, bobbins, combustion chambers, feed-thrus, pump liners, and stand-offs.



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New Aremcolox 502-1400-99% Alumina Now Available



Valley Cottage, NY - December 14, 2007

SUMMARY
Aremcolox(TM) 502-1400-99, a high density, full-fired, alumina ceramic produced by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to mold high temperature components used in highly corrosive environments to 3000 ºF (1650 °C).

FEATURES
Aremcolox(TM) 502-1400-99 is a high density, full-fired, 99% pure alumina ceramic that provides exceptional abrasion and corrosion resistance as well as high mechanical strength and electrical resistance for continuous operating temperatures to 3000 oF (1650 oC). Properties include a compressive strength of 340,000 psi, flexural strength of 46,000 psi and dielectric strength of 225 volts/mil.

Aremcolox(TM) 502-1400-99 demonstrates exceptional chemical and erosion resistance. It experiences no weight loss when exposed to high concentrations of sulphuric acid for extended periods of time and demonstrates a very low index of volume loss upon extensive impingement and erosion tests.

Aremcolox(TM) 502-1400-99 parts are fabricated to close tolerances thru injection molding, isostatic pressing and diamond machining processes. Lapped, polished and metallized surface finishes are also available.

Typical applications include burner nozzles, alignment fixtures, bobbins, combustion chambers, feed-thrus, pump liners, rail guides, stand-offs, and wear tiles.

For more information about this advanced product, please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department.

Please fax or email engineering drawings to receive a quotation.

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