Fused Silica Roller For Glass Tempering Furnace
|Fused Silica Ceramic Roller
|ThermalExpansion (X10ˉ6/℃) ( RT-1000℃)
|Place of Product
|Jiangsu Province, China
|Dimensional Tolerance (mm)
|Modes of packing
|Packed in plywood cases
|φ25-120mm, length as requested
|After sale service
|24 hours, Monday-Sunday
The Fused Silica Roller is specifically engineered to withstand the high temperatures and rapid temperature changes encountered in glass tempering furnaces. It provides a stable and low-friction surface for the movement of glass within the furnace, ensuring even heat distribution and consistent tempering results.
With their precise dimensions and smooth surface finish, the Fused Silica Rollers minimize surface defects and maintain the integrity of the glass during the tempering process. This leads to high-quality tempered glass with enhanced strength, durability, and resistance to thermal stress.
The exceptional thermal stability of the Silica Roller allows it to maintain its structural integrity and dimensional stability even under extreme temperatures. It can withstand rapid heating and cooling cycles without warping or deforming, ensuring reliable performance over extended periods. The low thermal expansion coefficient of the Silica Roller reduces the risk of thermal stress, preventing cracking or breakage during temperature fluctuations.
Usage: Fused Silica Roller
The Silica Roller for Glass Tempering Furnace is specifically designed for use in glass tempering processes across various industries. It plays a vital role in supporting and transporting glass within the tempering furnace, ensuring efficient and precise tempering operations. The usage of the Roller is crucial for achieving optimal tempering results. These rollers provide a stable and low-friction surface for the movement of glass within the furnace.
Fuse Silica Roller Specifications
|Max Using Temperature
|Compressive Strength (Rt) (Mpa)
|Bending Strength (FIT) (1100℃X0.5h) (Mpa)
|Thermal Expansion (X10-6/℃) (RT-1000℃)
|Thermal Conductivity Coefficient (w/m·s·k)
|Thermal Shock Resistance
Thermal Shock> 20 Times