zircon sand

zircon sand

[¦zər‚kän ′sand]
(materials)
A refractory sand consisting principally of zirconium silicate and characterized by low thermal expansion and high thermal conductivity.
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Lower density CARBO ceramic casting media can provide up to 69% lower cost per cubic foot of product compared to zircon sand, requiring less product by weight to create equal volume core or molds.
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A 25-step process to create the aluminium alloy iron sound chamber of Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD included integrated diamond cutting, CD engraving, zircon sand blasting, and anodizing.
On the other hand, the widespread use of zircon sand in the ceramic industry (49% of the total consumption) depends on its use as a glazing and opacifying constituent.
Nineteen different commercially available samples containing naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) (i.e., natural uranium, thorium, radium and potassium) were investigated, including zircon sand, cat litter, roofing tiles, ice melt and fertilizer among others.
For pouring temperature 2250K at 200 seconds on comparing the area of corresponding to high temperature zone (1875-2000K) it is found that Silica sand has maximum area for the above temperature zone followed by Cerabead, Chromite and Zircon sand (Fig.8).
The team is experienced in handling products from forest products, cars and scrap metal to bulk imports including peat, petroleum coke, zircon sand, silver sand and aluminium hydrate.
When the investment in Tennessee is complete UCM will be able to produce standard and fine zirconia in the US from zircon sand for the first time.
A five-second video sequence showed the soaring projectile and resulting bolt, while twenty tables displayed some 10,000 copies of the eight-inch-long object, made of epoxy and zircon sand. One would think that such rigorous insistence on artificiality would dampen any lingering romantic sense of the lightning bolt as untamed electricity, but subtly, the opposite happened.
The cooler is designed to process 32 t/h of hot calcined zircon sand from 150[degrees]C to below 50[degrees]C "Fluidised bed coolers are far more efficient than spray coolers," explains Andr[grave{e}] Krzysik, Svedala South Africa's pyro equipment product manager.
"The new mine site will also provide Chemours with additional, future supplies of our Starblaststaurolite and AlZiBlast kyanite/zircon blasting abrasives and calcined zircon sand for investment casting, foundries and ceramics," Newell said.