Silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide

Nitrogen-bonded silicon carbide is produced by firing mixtures of high-purity silicon carbide and silicon, or a mineral additive in a nitrogen atmosphere, at high temperature. The silicon carbide is bonded by the silicon nitride phase formed during nitriding. The highest operating temperature of the ensuing material is about 1750ºC.

The properties of Nitrogen Bonded Silicon Carbide are suitable for many adverse service conditions:

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