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Fused silica as an industrial raw material is used to make various refractory shapes such as crucibles, trays, shrouds, and rollers for many high-temperature thermal processes including steelmaking, investment casting, and glass manufacture.

Refractory shapes made from fused silica have excellent thermal shock resistance and are chemically inert to most elements and compounds, including virtually all acids, regardless of concentration, except hydrofluoric acid, which is very reactive even in fairly low concentrations.

Translucent fused-silica tubes are commonly used to sheathe electric elements in room heaters, industrial furnaces, and other similar applications.

Quartz glassware is occasionally used in chemistry laboratories when standard borosilicate glass cannot withstand high temperatures; it is more commonly found as a very basic element, such as a tube in a furnace, or as a flask, the elements in direct exposure to the heat.

New products

  • HA CYC 5
    HA CYC 5

    Cylindrical Shape Alumina Crucibles with outer diameter 20 mm with a thickness of 2.5 mm, height of 30mm and a storage volume of 5 CC.

  • HA CYC 10
    HA CYC 10

    Cylindrical Shape Alumina Crucibles with outer diameter 30 mm with a thickness of 2.5 mm, height of 30mm and a storage volume of 10 CC.

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