Corundum Mullite Ceramic Saggar is usually larger and used to protect or support products during firing, for example in the glost or biscuit firing of tableware, for powder calcination, etc. These products can be made by semi-dry pressing, plastic pressing, and casting.
|Temperature of usage||℃||≤1400|
|Modulus of rupture (at room temp)||MPa||≥50|
|(1300℃) Modules of rupture||MPa||≥30|
|(1300℃)Thermal expansion coefficient||X10-8K-1||6.5|
In the glost or biscuit firing of tableware, or for powder calcination, etc.
Our Corundum Mullite Ceramic Saggar is carefully handled during storage and transportation to preserve the quality of our product in its original condition.
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