Syalon 110 is an advanced silicon nitride (Si3N4) ceramic composite offering outstanding thermal shock resistance and corrosion resistance to ferrous metals.
Syalon 110 is a composite grade silicon nitride based sialon ceramic originally developed as a break ring for the horizontal continuous casting of steel. As such, it's properties include improved corrosion resistance to steel over other silicon nitride ceramics, outstanding thermal shock resistance and is usable up to temperatures in excess of 1450°C.
The table below lists typical mechanical, thermal and electrical property data for Syalon 110 is shown in the table below.
Physical property data for Syalon 110
|3 point Modulus of Rupture at 20°C
(Specimen 3 × 3 × 50mm, span 19.05mm)
|3 point Modulus of Rupture at 1000°C||400||MPa|
|Young's Modulus of Elasticity||139||GPa|
|Hardness (Vickers Hv50)||11.77 (1200)||GPa (Kg/mm2)|
|Fracture Toughness K1C||3.5||MPa m½|
|Thermal Expansion Coefficient (0-1200°C)||3.0X10-6||K-1|
|Thermal Shock Resistance||800||ΔT°C quenched in cold water|
|Maximum Use Temperature||1450||°C|
|Electrical Resistivity||1012||ohm cm|
Typical physical property data obtained under test conditions. All properties have been measured by independent testing authorities. The values given only apply to the test bodies on which they were determined, and therefore can only be recommended values. See our disclaimer.
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