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Thermbond 7000 Series refractory products use a revolutionary, patent-pending binder system. When fired, the 7000 series products have dense, sintered, ceramic type properties such as very high hot strengths, abrasion and corrosion resistance, and high stability at extreme temperatures.

CHARACTERISTICS - Very Dense - Silicon Carbide - Non-Wetting - Longer Working Time - High Purity - Abrasion Resistant

PRELIMINARY DATA
 

PACKAGING

Bag Weight* 55 lbs 24.9 kg
Unit Weight* 55 lbs 24.9 kg
Yield / Unit* 0.34 ft3 0.010 m3
Units / Ton* 36.36 short 40.08 metric
Wet to Dry Ratio* Contact us for details
Liquid Activator WATER
Bags Per Pallet 48
Drums Per Dry Pallet
 

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH**

1500F (816C) 20000 psi 1406 kg/cm2 137.9 N/mm2
2000F (1093C) 25000 psi 1758 kg/cm2 172.4 N/mm2
 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS (After 1500F (816C))**

  • Al2O3
  • SiC
  • SiO2
  • Fe2O3
  • P2O5
  • Other
  • Total
  • 58.00 %
  • 15 %
  • 19.00 %
  • 0.70 %
  • 4.00 %
  • 3.30 %
  • 100.00 %
 

COLD MODULUS OF RUPTURE**

1500F (816C) 3000 psi 211 kg/cm2 20.7 N/mm2
2000F (1093C) 3600 psi 253 kg/cm2 25 N/mm2
2200F (1204C) 4000 psi 281 kg/cm2 28 N/mm2
 

ABRASION RESISTANCE** (ASTM C-704)

After 1500F (816C) < 3.5 cc loss
 

HOT MODULUS OF RUPTURE**

1500F (816C) 4900 psi 345 kg/cm2 34 N/mm2
 

APPLICATION

Data based on
  • Casting
 

BULK DENSITY**

As Placed 163 lbs/ft3 2611 kg/m3
After 1500F (816C) 161 lbs/ft3 2579 kg/m3
 

PERMANENT LINEAR CHANGE**

1500F (816C) -0.10%
2500F (1371C) -0.60%
 

THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY**

220F (104C) 51.0 Btu-in/hr-ft2-F 7.36 W/m K
1500F (816C) 30.0 Btu-in/hr-ft2-F 4.33 W/m K
2000F (1093C) 30.0 Btu-in/hr-ft2-F 4.33 W/m K
2500F (1371C) 30.0 Btu-in/hr-ft2-F 4.33 W/m K
 

MOLTEN METAL CONTACT

Aluminum,Zinc
**Test data shown are based on averages subject to normal variation on individual tests, and therefore should not be assumed to be maximum or minimum specifications.
***Application by alternative method may produce somewhat different results.
Measures are approximate and may vary. For mixing partial units, contact Stellar Materials for specific wet-to-dry ratios. See Installation Guide for more detailed information.
To assure you are getting the latest data, see our online data sheets at tds.thermbond.com.
Due to the unique nature of the Stellar binder system, test procedures vary slightly from ASTM.
Documentation of these variations is available upon request.
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