The Properties and Main Application Fields of Microsilica

What’s micro silica fume? Micro-silica Fume is also known as condensed silica smoke or silica fume. Many volatile SiO2 or Si gasses are created in mine thermoelectric furnaces when ferroalloys (for smelting ferrosilicon) and industrial silicon are melted. Rapid oxidation, precipitation, and condensation are the main processes that produce it…. Continue reading

Main Application Areas of Silica Powder

What does silica powder mean? Silica powder is made up of fused silica or natural quartz. as raw materials. They are then processed through multiple processes, such as grinding and precision classification. These products include fused silica powder and crystal silicon powder. The micropowders and the spherical-silica micropowder are examples…. Continue reading

What is monocrystalline silicon?

What is Monocrystalline Silicon? According to the directions of crystals, monocrystalline and polycrystalline silica are divided. Monocrystalline Silicon means a substance made from some combination of silicon atoms. Once the molten, elemental silicon has solidified, silicon atoms can be arranged in many crystal nuclei to form a diamond lattice. These… Continue reading

How can Nano Silica change the properties of coatings?

Nano silica exhibits many characteristics that are not found in other materials. With many micropores, and a large specific area, the nano silica particle size distribution is extremely narrow. Nano silica has high reaction activities due to its large amount of unsaturated residual bond and hydroxyl group in different bonding… Continue reading