Silicon Carbide Products, Inc.

A custom-crafted approach to every ceramic component project

Since 1994, Silicon Carbide Products, Inc. (SCP) has provided industrial customers with high quality, high performance ceramic components for use in coal-fired power plants, molten non-ferrous metals, mining, petroleum, and large component applications. We are known for the outstanding performance of our SCProbond™ silicon carbide materials and for our high level of customer service and satisfaction. A key component of SCPs success is our custom-crafted approach to every ceramic component project.

The SCProbond™ Advantage

High quality silicon carbide materials and components you can count on.

Silicon carbide is a synthetic material that exhibits high performance characteristics including: high hardness approaching that of diamond, high strength (gains strength at temperature), excellent chemical resistance, excellent thermal shock resistance and excellent wear resistance.

However, unlike metals and their alloys, there are no standardized industry performance criteria for silicon carbide. With a wide range of compositions, densities, manufacturing techniques and company experience, silicon carbide components can differ drastically in consistency, as well as mechanical and chemical properties. Your choice of supplier determines the level and quality of the material you receive.


SCProbond™ N silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide

SCProbond™ N is characterized by excellent wear properties in severe industrial environments. It exhibits good resistance to high temperatures even in demanding abrasive applications and has better impact resistance than most silicon carbide grades. Due to its unique properties and ability to be cast into final shape, this cost-effective grade is widely used as a workhorse in coal-fired power plants and in mining for bulk material handling and protective linings, as well as for non-ferrous molten metal contact.

SCProbond™ R reaction bonded silicon carbide

SCProbond™ R is characterized by high strength, high thermal conductivity and typically low porosity. It is serviceable to temperatures approaching the melting point of silicon at approximately 1450°C and is capable of conducting electricity. This grade is used in severe wear applications such as cyclone apexes, helix-type spray nozzles, burner nozzles and kiln furniture.


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