Fused Alumina-Zirconia is produced in a higher-temperature electrical arc furnace by combining zirconium quartz sand & alumina. It is branded by a harder dense structure, higher toughness, and good thermal stability. It is suitable for manufacturing larger grinding wheels for steel conditioning, foundry snagging, coated tools and in stone blasting, etc. It is used as an additive in nonstop casting refractories. Due to its higher toughness, it is used to deliver mechanical strength in these refractories. Fused Zirconia Alumina is produced by putting ironic aluminum, zirconium materials & additives in electric furnaces, smelting with higher temperatures above 2000°C, cooling down with superior technology, and compacting with plastic, which has the characteristics of stubborn texture, dense structure & high strength.
Application of Fused Zirconia Alumina
Fused Zirconia Alumina is used in making zircon fused alumina brick & building materials.
Used for the manufacture of bonded abrasives products, and the process of grinding, surface treatment of metal products & other materials.
With better melt erosion resistance, Fused Zirconia Alumina has a good grinding effect on steel, heat-resistant steel, and alloy materials.
Fused Zirconia Alumina can be made for heavy-duty Zirconia fused alumina grinding wheels, cutting discs, Fibre discs, grinding rails, higher-speed abrasive belts, etc.
It is used for making coated abrasives products and it is used for making lapping paste, emery cloth, and sandpaper.
How to produce Fused Zirconia Alumina
Fused Alumina Zirconia is a kind of eutectic composition produced by melting alumina & Zirconia at about 2000 ℃ temperature in an electric arc furnace trailed by cooling of the motion product. The fine and homogenous microstructure provides higher toughness but also excellent self-sharpening properties. This product is a kind of abrasive that takes the advantage of higher strength which can manufacture heavy-duty wheels with higher performance and has achieved good results in grinding steel, cast iron, resistant steel, nickel alloys, aluminum alloys, and also in tungsten alloys.