Ceramics

Heat resistant ceramics

These ceramics are made from industrial waste with very little energy. The characteristics of refractory ceramics include the following:

Use of slag from alumina production plants
Heat resistance up to 1200 ° C
Corrosion resistance
Production with very low energy
Help preserve the environment

Abrasion resistant ceramics

These ceramics are made using natural and very low energy pozzolans, the salient features of which include the following:

Use of natural mineral pozzolans
Compressive strength up to 180 MPa
Very high tensile and flexural strength
Corrosion resistance
abrasion resistance
Production with very low energy
Heat resistance 600 ° C
Minimal porosity
Very smooth surface

Absorbent ceramics

Absorbent ceramics can be used in radiology departments or to build an isolated room, in the form of ceramics or bricks for the walls of a part of the building that is exposed to radiation. The amount of radiation absorption of this type of ceramic can be made according to the need to be able to absorb alpha to gamma rays. Geocan also has a relatively high compressive strength and can be designed to withstand corrosion or alkaline environments.

Use of slag and natural pozzolans
Very high mechanical properties
Reduce construction costs compared to existing technologies
Very high resistance to absorption of alpha, beta, x and gamma rays

Corrosion resistant ceramics

Use of slag from steel mills
Very high resistance in acidic and alkaline environments
High flexural strength
Production with very low energy
Environmental Protection

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