CR1314 Chromium Carbide (Cr3C2) Powder
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Chromium carbide is a ceramic compound that exists as a gray solid at standard conditions. It is a very hard refractory ceramic material with an orthorhombic crystal structure, usually processed by sintering.
Particle size: plasma spray grade, 1-5 micron, -325mesh
Melting point: 1890
Density: 6.68 g/cm3
Crystal structure: rhombohedral
Chromium carbide is notable in the surface treatment of metal components to provide hard, wear resistant coatings. It is often used to coat the surface of another metal in a technique known as thermal spraying, such as seals, orifices, coatings of bearings and valve seals.
1KG/25KG, or as required
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