|Name:||MoSi2 Heating Element||Usage:||Electric Furnace Heater|
|Max. Temperature:||1700℃ (<2 Hrs)||Power Source:||Electricity|
|Diameter:||3/6, 4/9, 6/12, 9/18, 12mm/24mm||Shape:||U|
|Molybdenum Purity:||99.99%||Cold Zone Length:||150-1000mm|
Furnaces Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Element,
Furnaces MoSi2 Heating Element,
12mm MoSi2 Heating Element
1800℃ U Shape MoSi2 Heating Element
U shape MoSi2 Heating Element used in the industries of metallurgy, glass, ceramic refractory,crystal electronic device, industrial furnace manufacture, etc. It is an essential ideal element when the products are sintering in the high temperature.
MoSi2 Heating Elements have the ability to withstand oxidation at high temperatures, which is due to the formation of a thin and adhesive protective layer of quartz glass (SiO2) on the surface. When the element temperature increases to over 1700℃, the SiO2 protective layer, with melting point being 1710℃ will be fused, and because of the surface tension, it will be fused into drops, which is useless. However, when element continue working in oxidizing atmospheres, the SiO2 protective layer is spontaneously rebuilt.
Note: It is better not use Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements for a long time within a range of 400-700℃, otherwise the element will be powdered by the strong low temperature oxidation.
Indicators in Different Atmospheres
|Ar Ne Argon, Helium||1600||1700|
|Dry Hydrogen (dew point)-80℃||1150||1150|
|Wet Hydrogen (dew point)-20℃||1450||1450|
|Exogas (e.g. 10% CO2, 50% CO, 15%H2)||1600||1700|
|Exogas (e.g. 40% CO2, 20% CO)||1400||1450|
|Cracked and partially burnt ammonia||1400||1450|
Following should be provided when ordering U Type MoSi2 Heating Elements:
Grade 1800, D1=6mm, D2=12mm, Le=950mm, Lu=650mm, A=50mm
Specify as: 1800, 6/12x950x650x50mm
|Brand Name: Spark||Type: 1800||Power Source: Electric|
|Place of Origin: He'nan, China||Bulk Density: 6.0+/-1||Working Temperature: 1000℃-1730℃|
Note: For inquiry, it is better to provide a drawing of the element and specify the element diameters in millimeters. For example, an element with a (D1) diameter of 9 mm and a (D2) diameter of 18 mm is often referred to as a 9/18 element.
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