Morgan unveils new SiC kiln material

By Yoke Wong
Published: Monday, 03 April 2017

Material launched in Europe in 2015; New demand from US as emissions cut; To be used in kiln furniture, non-ferrous smelting

UK-based Morgan Advanced Materials has launched a nitride-bonded silicon carbide (SiC) material to be used in kilns in the US.

The material, known as Halsic-N, has a microstructure which offers increased mechanical strength and greater durability than the typical refractory material available in the US market, according to Morgan.  ...

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