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  • Part one-The role of vitrified microbeads as building exterior wall insulation materials in low carbon, energy saving and emission reduction!

    1、(1) Vitrified microbead insulation mortar uses vitrified microbeads as insulation aggregate, and vitrified microbeads are inorganic vitreous mineral materials, which are made of volcanic rock after crushing, destruction, and puffing, and do not contain organic matter. During use, the physical ...
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  • Application of Chopped Basalt Fiber in Construction

    Application of Chopped Basalt Fiber in Construction

    Chopped basalt fiber is an inorganic mineral fiber with a length of less than 50mm that is chopped from the corresponding basalt fiber base material and can be uniformly dispersed in the concrete. According to its use, it can be divided into concrete crack-resistant fiber (BF), toughening reinfor...
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  • Four indicators that determine the high temperature performance of refractory materials

    Four indicators that determine the high temperature performance of refractory materials

    During the use of refractory materials, they are easily melted and softened by physical, chemical, mechanical and other effects at high temperature (generally 1000~1800 °C), or are eroded by erosion, or cracked and damaged, which interrupts the operation. Contaminated material. Therefore, it is r...
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  • Characteristics, construction methods and construction precautions of refractory spray materials

    Characteristics, construction methods and construction precautions of refractory spray materials

    Unshaped refractory materials that can be sprayed to the working face by high-speed airflow and adsorbed on the working face are called refractory injection materials. In principle, any kind of castable or any kind of self-flowing material and pumping material can be used as dry spraying material...
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  • Difference Between Additives and Admixtures

    Difference Between Additives and Admixtures

    Main Difference – Additives vs Admixtures Additives and admixtures are chemical components that are added to other materials to improve their chemical and physical properties. Although both of them are components added to other materials, there are differences between additives and admixtures whe...
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  • Properties of hollow glass microspheres and their applicable plastic varieties

    Properties of hollow glass microspheres and their applicable plastic varieties

    Hollow glass microspheres are specially processed glass microspheres, which are mainly characterized by lower density and poorer thermal conductivity than glass microspheres. It is a new type of micron-scale lightweight material developed in the 1950s and 1960s. Its main component is borosilicate...
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  • What is Fly ash ceramsite ?

    What is Fly ash ceramsite ?

    Fly ash ceramsite is made of fly ash as the main raw material (about 85%), mixed with an appropriate amount of lime (or calcium carbide slag), gypsum, admixtures, etc. An artificial lightweight aggregate made from natural hydraulic reaction. Ceramsite has excellent properties, such as low density...
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  • Advantages of expanded perlite

    Advantages of expanded perlite

    Expanded perlite is a natural acid vitreous volcanic lava, non-metallic mining, because its volume rapidly expands 4 to 30 times under high temperature conditions of 1000-1300 ° C, it is collectively called expanded perlite. Expanded perlite is well accepted by the market and exerts its effect du...
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  • Excellent properties and uses of cenospheres.

    Excellent properties and uses of cenospheres.

    Excellent properties and uses of cenospheres: high refractoriness. The main chemical components of cenospheres are oxides of silicon and aluminum, of which silicon dioxide is about 50-65%, and aluminum oxide is about 25-35%. Because the melting point of silica is as high as 1725 degrees Celsius, ...
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  • It’s not that the earth needs us, it’s that we need the earth.

    It’s not that the earth needs us, it’s that we need the earth.

    After the sweltering summer of 2021 with a record high temperature, the northern hemisphere has ushered in a cold winter, and it has snowed a lot, even in the Sahara Desert, one of the hottest places on earth. On the other hand, the southern hemisphere has ushered in scorching heat, with temperat...
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  • Use of Hollow Glass Microsphere in Rubber Industry

    Use of Hollow Glass Microsphere in Rubber Industry

    ​Hollow glass microspheres have multiple uses, but one of the most prominent is in the rubber industry to make products such as silicone rubber sealants. The major advantage that hollow glass microspheres provide is in terms of reduction in weight which allows for easy application for smooth tra...
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  • Hollow glass microspheres are the best partner for paint filling

    Hollow glass microspheres are the best partner for paint filling

    Hollow glass microspheres are glass microspheres with low density, light weight and high strength. Due to the hollow characteristics, compared with ordinary glass beads, it has the characteristics of light weight, low density and good thermal insulation performance. The method is directly added t...
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