As key components in 3 steps of the process (in the inks, in and on the glaze), these new products bring significant advantages in the digital printing business: brighter and deeper colours, greater chemical and wear resistance and…
These are very fine ground calcined aluminas. Precise calcination and grinding processes produce aluminas that have tightly controlled particle size distributions and top cut (maximum particle size).
- Grinding media (alumina balls, beads, cylinders etc)
- Thread guides for the textle industry
- Wear resistant linings
Refractories are construction materials designed to withstand aggressive service conditions at high temperature. Refractory materials are used as heat-resistant walls, coatings or linings to protect units from oxidation, corrosion, erosion and heat damage. Industries that need refractories include: steel, non-ferrous metals, glass, power, cement, petrochemicals and waste incineration. Refractory products can be divided into the following types: Bricks and shaped materials, monolithic materials and insulating materials.
Bricks and shaped materials – prefabricated shapes including bricks for linings, kiln furniture and functional products such as slide gates for steel flow control.
By closely following the evolution of inkjet printing solutions for tiles decoration, Alteo has developed a unique range of aluminas that fits, perfectly, with the new expectations of the market:
As key components in inks and glazes, these new products bring significant advantages in the application:
- Wear resistance (see Grinding media application)
- Chemical resistance
- Semi-conductor substrates
- Solar panels
- Medical & food ceramics
- Shock resistance
- Ballistics protection
- Voltage insulation
- Porcelain based high voltage insulators
- Spark plugs
- Dielectric engineering ceramics
- Electronic substrates
- Thermal insulation
- Substrates for high-frequency chips
- Kiln furniture such as rollers