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Zirconium Silicate Powder
The wear-resistant medium of zirconium silicate beads is made of high-purity and ultra-fine zirconium silicate powder, which has a uniform microcrystalline structure and no hollow inside. Compared with zirconium silicate beads by electric fusion method and other methods, zirconium silicate beads have higher strength and cost-effectiveness. Also better. The microstructure of the beads is composed of dense zirconium silicate particles, which rejects burrs and cavities, avoids the separation of crystal phase and glass phase, and has greater density and hardness than similar beads. The medium density and hardness are suitable for the dispersion and grinding of medium and low viscosity slurries. It can be matched with most sand mills and is a general-purpose grinding medium.
Features: wear-resistant, no beads, very suitable for paint, coating, and paper milling.
Dense crystal phase structure → high strength and wear;
Special ingredients → high density → high grinding efficiency;
High sphericity→good fluidity→large flow rate of material;
Solid beads → not easy to break; easy to change color;
Smooth spherical surface → easy to clean; less wear on the equipment;
Uniform particle size → internal friction of beads; uniform particle size distribution of the ground product.
Application areas of zirconium silicate balls
Mainly used in the grinding and dispersion of calcium carbonate, kaolin, zircon sand, titanium dioxide, pigments, dyes, inks, coatings and other industries; it can also be used for metal surface treatment such as shot blasting and polishing.
Performance comparison of zirconium silicate ball and other grinding ceramic beads
Compared with alumina balls, zirconium silicate balls have less wear and good toughness, and can be used in high-speed stirring mills, vibration mills, sand mills, etc.
Compared with yttrium stabilized zirconia beads (95 zirconium beads), the cost is lower, and it is more suitable for the grinding and dispersion of coatings, paints, etc.