Description of Product:
1. Product namecenosphere fly ash
Cenospheres are hollow ceramic microspheres found in fly ash, a
natural by-product of coal combustion during
the generation of electric power. Small and hollow, microspheres
are used as fillers or functional extenders in
the manufacture of plastics, paints, resins; light weight
aggregates for cement, ceramics and other construction
products. Because Cenospheres often replace mined materials, they
can significantly lower production costs.
Simultaneously, cenosphere can benefit finished product properties
by increasing durability and better sound
proofing. Too, as material recycled from fly ash, cenosphere are
environmentally friendly and help to preserve
natural virgin fillers.
Improves strength, durability, reduces weight.
Provide Buoyancy, better insulation, less shrinkage.
Spherical shape reduces resistance to impact, provides stability.
Cenospheres are completely renewable
2.function of Cenosphere powder
Low Density: Density ranging from 0.50 g/cm3 to 0.80 g/cm3. Compared to most
ground minerals and other resins,Cenospheres are 30-85% lighter.
Low resin demand/High loading potential: spheres have the lowest surface area to volume achievable with
their spherical shape,cenospheres produce less viscosity.
High Compressive Strength: Cenospheres can greatly improve the weariness properties of the
Low Shrinkage: Cenospheres are one of the few products in the filler industry
today that can meet the the requirements for low shrinkage.
Low Thermal,Electrical and sound Conductivity: Cenospheres are extremely resistant to heat and typically have a
melting point in excess of 13000c.
As cenospheres are hollow they have a relatively low co-efficient
of thermal conductivity,typically 0.09w/mu
Inertness: Cenospheres can be utilized in solvents,organic chemicals
water,acids and alkalies while maintaining their integrity.
Thermal stability: As cenospheres are formed in the boilers ,they are thermally
stable in temperature exceeding 10000C
Insulation: Cenospheres can be used in electric filling and sealing materials
Cost effectivenessCenospheres are 50-200% less expensive than man made hollow glass
speheres,in comparison to less expensive fillers.