|Product Name:||1700c Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements||Condition:||New|
|Diameter:||3/6, 4/9, 6/12, 9/18, 12/24mm||Working Temperature:||1700c|
|Application:||Electric Heating||After-sales Service:||Online Support|
Oxidizing Atmosphere MoSi2 Heating Element,
1700c MoSi2 Heating Element,
molybdenum disilicide heating elements
Oxidizing Atmosphere 1700℃ Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements
Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements Introduction
1. U type Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements is a kind of resistance heating element basically made of high pure Molybdenum Disilicide.
2. In oxidizing atmosphere, its Max temperature can reach 1800 deg.C, and its applicable temperature is 500~1700 deg.C.
3. It can be widely used in such applications as sintering and heating treating of ceramic, magnet ,glass, metallurgy ,refractory, ect.
Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements Technical Parameter
|Product Name||Oxidizing Atmosphere 1700c Molybdenum Disilicide Heating Elements|
|Product features||High temperature resistance, oxidation resistance, high purity, fast heating|
|Whether to accept customization||Accept customization and provide relevant customized content and sample service|
|Standard packaging||Mosi2 heating elements are packed in standard export wooden boxes, outer wooden boxes and inner foam sponges to ensure safety|
|Used||High temperature furnace|
Following should be provided when ordering U Type MoSi2 Heating Elements:
U-Shape, Material Grade 1800, D1=3mm, D2=6mm, Le=140mm, Lu=125mm, A=25mm
Specify as: MS18U, 3/6 x 140 x 125 x 25
|Volume Density||Bend Strength||Porosity Rate||Water Absorption||Hot Extensiblity|
High temperature resistance and oxidation resistance: in the oxidizing atmosphere, due to high temperature combustion, a dense quartz protective film is formed on the surface of the element to prevent further oxidation of MoSi2. When the element temperature is higher than 1700 ° C, the film melts. It is not suitable for long-term use in the temperature range of 400-700 ° C, otherwise it will be powdered due to strong oxidation at low temperature.
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