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NEW Black Silicon Carbide Shot Blasting Abrasive Grit, 100kg – 1 Tonne

£406.40 – £3,978.80 +VAT

Silicon carbide is – after diamond and boron carbide – the third-hardest mineral in the world. Chemically, silicon carbide is extremely resistant and able to withstand the strongest alkalis and acids. In addition to being used as a blasting medium and abrasive, silicon carbide is also used as an aggregate for the production of non-slip, wear-resistant and conductive floor coatings.

Carriage charge applicable, this will be applied at the basket/checkout depending on the weight of your order.

SKU: Black Silicon Carbide Shot Blasting Abrasive Grit, 100kg - 1 Tonne Category:

Description

Product Description of the NEW Black Silicon Carbide Shot Blasting Abrasive Grit, 100kg - 1 Tonne

Silicon carbide is – after diamond and boron carbide – the third-hardest mineral in the world. Chemically, silicon carbide is extremely resistant and able to withstand the strongest alkalis and acids. In addition to being used as a blasting medium and abrasive, silicon carbide is also used as an aggregate for the production of non-slip, wear-resistant and conductive floor coatings. Carriage charge applicable, this will be applied at the basket/checkout depending on the weight of your order.

Technical Specifications for the NEW Black Silicon Carbide Shot Blasting Abrasive Grit, 100kg - 1 Tonne

GradeAverage Grain Size (Micron)
F 016 (Macro) 1000 – 1400
F 024 (Macro) 600 – 850
F 030 (Macro) 500 – 710
F 036 (Macro) 425 – 600
F 040 (Macro) 355 – 500
F 046 (Macro) 300 – 425
F 054 (Macro) 250 – 355
F 060 (Macro) 212 – 300
F 080 (Macro) 150 – 212
F 100 (Macro) 106 – 150
F 120 (Macro) 90 – 125
F 150 (Macro) 63 – 106
F 180 (Macro) 53 – 90
F 220 (Macro) 45 – 75
F 240 (Micro) 28.0 – 70.0
F 280 (Micro) 22.0 – 59.0
F 320 (Micro) 16.5 – 49.0
F 360 (Micro) 12.0 – 40.0
F 0400 (Micro) 8.0 – 32.0
F 500 (Micro) 5.0 – 25.0
DescriptionValue
Hardnessca. 9 – 10 mohs
Grain ShapeAngular/Splintery
Melting Pointca. 2.300 °C
Specific Gravityca. 3.2 g/cm3
Bulk Density*ca. 0,75 – 1,82 g/cm3

*depending on grain size

Typical Chemical Analysis
SIC – 98,00 %
Fe2O3 – 0,20 %
C-frei – 0,50 %
Magnetfraktion – 0,12 %

Additional information

WeightN/A