Rice Hush Ash

Rice hulls (or rice husks) are the hard protecting coverings of grains of rice. In addition to protecting rice during the growing season, rice hulls can be put to use as building material, fertilizer, insulation material, or fuel.Rice hulls are the coatings of seeds, or grains, of rice. The husk protects the seed during the growing season, since it is formed from hard materials, including opaline silica and lignin. The hull is mostly indigestible to humans.

Gluten Powder

Gluten is formed by two proteins that are found in wheat flour, called glutenin and gliadin. When they're moistened, the two proteins form long, stretchy chainlike molecules that give the dough a ropey and elastic texture. Hard winter wheats, sown in the autumn and then harvested the following fall, tend to have high levels of gluten-forming proteins. They're grown in areas with harsh winters and short summers. Softer spring wheats, sown -- as the name suggests -- in the spring, are more tolerant of warm climates and are grown in the South and Pacific Northwest.

Insulation Powder

Our powder coatings are available in variable epoxy, thermoset, and thermoplastic formulations for many electrical applications. Insulation powder coating are essential in providing electrical insulation and environmental protection. This treatment is popular in applications such as bus bars, motor iron, toroid cores, and passive devices including resistors and capacitors. Epoxy powder coating is an approach with significant advantages and flexibility in a wide range of procedures. It is ideal as a high dielectric insulator on aluminum or copper conductors. Through the proper application method, this treatment can be used to uniformly coat almost any configuration.

Casting Powder

Casting Powder Casting Powder forms a good lubricating film on the surface of mould not allowing solidifying metal adhesion to the mould. Casting Powder Casting Powder provides easy and fast solidification of metal by providing high rate heat removal from metal. Casting Powder Casting Powder gives very good performance at elevated temperatures with the aid of its well selected additives.

Mould Fluxes

The role of mould fluxes in continuous casting is reviewed. The main functions of the flux are described and the importance of the flux in providing lubrication and the right level of heat transfer between the shell and the mould is described. The major problems of longitudinal, transverse and star cracking, gas and slag entrapment and deep oscillation marks in the steel product and 'sticker breakouts' are analysed. The important physical properties of the flux in combating these various problems are identified. Physical property data for the fluxes are given.

Slag Conditioner

Our aluminum and silicon-based Ladle Slag Conditioners/Deoxidizers are designed to quickly assimilate into the entire ladle slag volume. This facilitates a complete reaction with the carryover furnace slag to effectively reduce the FeO and MnO contents of the slag in the ladle. The result is a more effective slag deoxidation process, which improves alloy recoveries, increases desulfurization efficiency and provides protection to the ladle slagline. These custom-designed products are available with specific levels of metallic aluminum or silicon to lower the oxidation potential of the ladle slag. This decreases alloy fade and thereby minimizes caster clogging and quality downgrades. The final desired outcome is a cost effective and efficient ladle refining process.
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