About Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder:
Titanium Carbonitride has many other uses besides being used as abrasive due to its stable chemical properties, high thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion coefficient and good wear resistance. Titanium Carbonitride has a very high hardness, with a Mohs hardness of 9.5, second only to the world's harder diamond (grade 10). It has excellent thermal conductivity and is a semiconductor that can resist oxidation at high temperatures.
Titanium Carbonitride (TiCN) is a thin film coating developed from titanium nitride. TiCN has a slightly higher hardness than TiN and has a slightly lower coefficient of friction in many applications. It is mainly used to improve abrasive wear resistance. The use temperature limit of TiCN is relatively low.
TiCN has a lower coefficient of friction and higher hardness than TiN. Tools plated with Titanium Carbonitride are more suitable for cutting hard materials such as stainless steel, titanium alloys and nickel alloys, and have more wear resistance and high-temperature stability, which can be significantly improved Tool life. TiCN is a dark gray powder. It has low internal stress, high toughness, good lubricity, high hardness, wear-resistance and other characteristics, suitable for occasions requiring low friction coefficient and high hardness.
Titanium Carbonitride has at least 70 crystalline forms. α-Titanium Carbonitride is a more common isomorphous crystal that is formed at a high temperature higher than 2000 degrees Celsius and has a hexagonal crystal structure (like wurtzite). β-Titanium Carbonitride, a cubic crystal structure, similar to diamond, is formed below 2000 degrees Celsius. Although in the application of heterogeneous catalyst support, it is eye-catching because of its higher unit surface area than the α type. Another type of Titanium Carbonitride, μ-Titanium Carbonitride is very stable and has a more pleasant sound when colliding. Feel free to send an inquiry to get the latest price if you would like to buy Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder in bulk.
Product Performance of Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder :
Titanium carbonitride is a non-oxide ceramic material with excellent performance and wide application. It has the advantages of TiC and TiN. It has high melting point, high hardness, good corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance, and good thermal conductivity. Sex, conductivity and chemical stability for many fields such as machinery, chemicals, automotive and aerospace.
Technical Parameter of Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder :
How is Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder produced?
In the physical vapor deposition (PVD) process, TiCN applies the transverse rotating cathode technology. The substance evaporates from the solid source in the form of atoms/molecules and then is transported in the form of vapor through a vacuum, low-pressure gas/plasma to the substrate, where it condenses. The application temperature of TiCN is 450°C.
Application of Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder:
Titanium Carbonitride can be divided into αTitanium Carbonitride and βTitanium Carbonitride. The αTitanium Carbonitride abrasive has two color varieties, green Titanium Carbonitride, black and green varieties. β-Titanium Carbonitride is the preparation of the main category of Titanium Carbonitride ceramic materials. The toughness of black Titanium Carbonitride is higher than that of green Titanium Carbonitride. It is mainly used to process materials with low tensile strength, such as glass, ceramics, stone, refractory materials, cast iron, and non-ferrous metals. Green Titanium Carbonitride has good self-sharpening and is mainly used for processing cemented carbide, titanium alloy and optical glass.
In addition to being used as an abrasive, Titanium Carbonitride has many other uses. A special process is used to coat Titanium Carbonitride powder on the inner wall of the turbine impeller or cylinder block, which can improve its wear resistance and prolong its service life by 1 to 2 times; The finished refractory materials, black Titanium Carbonitride and green are heat-resistant, light in weight and high in strength, and have good energy-saving effects.
Titanium Carbonitride (TiCN) has the highest lubricity in all tin coatings, which makes it an excellent dry film lubricant, which is better than standard calico tin when it needs to improve the hardness and wear resistance. Great. TiCN is commonly used for steel, hardened steel and stainless steel materials. TiCN is an excellent coating suitable for bronze, brass and plastics, so it is a good choice for stamping, punching and forming. Can be stripped and recoated.
Storage Condition of Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder:
Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder dispersion performance and using effects, therefore, titanium tin carbide Ti2SnC powder should be sealed in vacuum packing and stored in cool and dry room, the titanium tin carbide can not be exposure to air. In addition, the Ti2SnC powder should be avoided under stress.
Packing & Shipping of Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder:
We have many different kinds of packing which depend on the titanium tin carbide Ti2SnC powder quantity.
Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder powder packing: vacuum packing, 100g, 500g or 1kg/bag, 25kg/barrel, or as your request.
Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder shipping: could be shipped out by sea, by air, by express as soon as possible once payment receipt.
Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder Properties
|Other Names||TiCN, Titanium carbide-nitride, titanium carbo-nitride, titanium carbo nitride,|
TiC-TiN, TiCN, Ti(C,N) 70/30, 50/50, Grade A B C D, TiC1-xNx,
CAS 12627-33-7 (Titanium cyanonitride, TiCN2)
|Appearance||Dark gray powder|
|Solubility in water||N/A|
Titanium Carbonitride TiCN Powder Health & Safety Information
|Transport Information||UN3178 4.1/PG III|
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