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Tapout Cones uses the loose cotton formed by wet vacuum suction according to the user’s design requirements, which is dried and calcined to produce high temperature aluminum water plugs with different bulk densities, specifications, models and performances.

In addition to satisfying users’ various complex heat dissipation requirements, each Tapout Cones product is also made with special molds according to its shape and size requirements. According to the performance requirements of the product, choose different adhesives and additives to meet the requirements of use.

Tapout Cones

Aluminum silicate tap out cone is sometimes also called outlet insulation plug, insulation cover and discharge cone. Mainly made of high-grade aluminum silicate fiber and other formulas through vacuum forming, it is suitable for the insulation and sealing function of the exit of aluminum melting furnace, refining furnace, vertical furnace, etc., making the casting process of aluminum and alloy more convenient, safe and reliable.

Product features of ceramic fiber Tapout Cones:
Excellent compressive and flexural strength.
Low thermal conductivity and strong thermal shock resistance.
The size error is very small.
The temperature rises and falls quickly, resists air erosion, and resists rapid heat and cold.

Ceramic fiber plugs have low shrinkage within the temperature range of their use, and maintain high thermal insulation, light weight and impact resistance.

Color: White
Composition: Si02 63.3% AL203 36% Ti02 0.5% Fe203 0.1% Others <0.1%
Density: 0.30-0.35g/cm3
Heat dissipation performance: heat-resistant temperature is 1100°C
High temperature: 1000°C
Continuous use temperature: 900℃ Thermal conductivity: 0.77W/m.k at 720℃
After 24 hours at 760℃, the long-term linear shrinkage rate is less than 0.6%
Size: Stop: Length ±3mm Thickness: ±1mm
Surface quality: The defect area of ​​a single piece is less than 25 mm2, and the uneven height is not more than 2 mm. There is no major damage and rapid defects on the outer surface.

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