Description | Application | Storage | Safety advices | technical Data
temperature parting agent
for coating ceramics and graphite
for sintering hard metal powders
stable against reactive metallic melts
quick drying formulation
Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E is a special coating based on high purity titanium nitride (>99% TiN). This coating can be very well used as a parting agent when sintering hard metal powders on graphite supports and trays. Also Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E shows a good stability against reactive metal melts lilke nickel, cobald and chrome as well as copper. Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E can be used to coat graphite and ceramics. After the application on graphite a hard and abrasive-resistant titanium carbide layer can be produced with Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E by thermal treatment. Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E can be used at air to 500°C, under vacuum and inert gas atmosphere to 1500°C.
Resuspend or shake
Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E prior to use. This
product may be diluted with ethanol if necessary.
Titanium-Nitride-Coating Grade E contains ethanol (ethyl alcohol) and is labelled highly flammable. Use in well ventilated areas only. An EC material safety data sheet is available.
|Ceramic constituent||Titanium nitride (TiN)|
|Vehicle||Ethanol (ethyl alkohol)|
|Solid content (Titanium nitride)||25%|
|Application temperature (max.)||500°C ( 932°F) (at air)|
|1500°C (2732°F) (under inert gas or vacuum)|
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