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Amatrium Materials AI
Trelleborg FilliteĀ® 300W Alumino-silicate Cenospheres
Categories: Ceramic; Glass; Oxide; Silicon Oxide; Other Engineering Material; Additive/Filler for Polymer

Material Notes: Fillite is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. Fillite is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of Fillite, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.

Typical Applications
SGHA has a higher alumina content than the normal Fillite grades and has been specifically developed for higher temperature applications such as refractories, foundry applications, high temperature resistant coatings. Other higher alumina grades are whiter in color and particularly suitable for gypsum board jointing compounds, veneering plasters, stuccos, sealants, coatings and cast resins.

Advantages
Reduced weight, increased filler loadings, better flow characteristics, less shrinkage and warping. Improved physical properties in moldings, castings, and laminates, reduced water absorption, improved flame retardance, improved chemical resistance.

All information provided by Fillite

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Available Properties
  • Bulk Density
  • Pellet Density
  • Loss On Ignition
  • Particle Size
  • Hardness, Mohs
  • Compressive Strength, Crush Strength
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Melting Point
  • Moisture Content, Surface
  • Al2O3
  • CO2
  • Fe2O3
  • Nitrogen, N
  • SiO2
  
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