titanium aluminium carbide, also known as TiC, is a refractory ceramic material. It registers 9-9.5 on the Mohs scale and is extremely hard (about 30 times harder than tungsten carbide).
Titanic aluminum carbide is an excellent thermal conductor, self-lubricating and anti-oxidation material. It is widely used in the production of high-temperature structural materials, electrode brush materials, chemical anti-corrosion materials and high-temperature heating elements.
Nano titanium carbide is a highly stable and chemically inert material with very high purity and a narrow range of particle size distribution. It also exhibits excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, a high melting point, and can be used to increase the corrosion resistance and oxidation resistance of a tungsten carbide cobalt materials.
It is a typical transition metal carbide with ionic bonds, covalent bonds and metal bonds mixed in the same crystal structure. Because of its unique crystal structure, it has several properties, such as high hardness, high melting point, good wear resistance and excellent thermal and electrical conductivity.
The application scope of titanium aluminium carbide is quite broad, which covers military, aerospace, mechanical processing, metallurgy, petroleum drilling, mining tools, electronic communications, construction and other fields. The development of downstream industries and the emergence of new technologies will further increase the demand for titanium aluminium carbide products.
titanium aluminium carbide can be processed into various shapes and products, such as cermet, heat-resistant alloys, high-temperature radiation materials, anti-wear materials, refractory ceramics, etc. It can also be used as a coating for abrasive steel bearings, nozzles, and cutting tools, and has the characteristics of enhancing the corrosion and oxidation resistance of the materials.