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Diamond and cubic boron nitride polishing pastes, wurtzite boron nitride thermal resistant pastes. Any concentration and base composition (water, oil).
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CBN PASTES, NORMAL CONCENTRATION (CBNP)
CUBIC BORON NITRIDE POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE
 
Weight: 40 gr.  

Soluble in organic solvents.
 
Grain size: Please select from the list 
The finest grain size is 0.1/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 60/40 micron (fine grinding).   

CBN concentration: NORMAL
 

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Application
The best cost/productivity ratio for finishing and polishing  of ferrous metals, steels, HSS. 

Grain size (Grit = Micron = Mesh = FEPA) and operation reference chart

200.000 grit = 0.1/0 μ = 200000 - the finest polishing
100.000 grit = 0.25/0 μ = 100000 - fine polishing
30.000 grit = 0.5/0 μ = 30000- fine polishing
15.000 grit = 1/0μ = 15000  - fine polishing
10.000 grit =  2/1μ = 10000 - fine polishing
5.000 grit =  3/2μ = 6000 = M1.5  - fine polishing
4.000 grit =  5/3μ = 4000 = M4   - polishing
3.000 grit =  7/5μ = 3000 = M6.3 - polishing
1.700 grit = 10/7μ = 1700 = M10  - polishing
1.500 grit = 14/10μ = 1500 = M16 - polishing
1.100 grit = 20/14μ = 1100 = M20   - polishing
650 grit = 28/20μ = 650 = M25 - polishing
550 grit = 40/28μ = 550 = M40  - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40μ = 270/325 = D54  - fine grinding
285 grit =  63/50μ = 230/270 = D64 - fine grinding
240 grit = 80/63μ = 170/200 = D91  - fine grinding
225 grit = 100/80μ = 140/170 = D107 - fine grinding
160 grit = 125/100μ = 120/140 = D126  - grinding
100 grit = 160/125μ = 100/120 = D151 - grinding
80 grit = 200/160μ = 70/80 = D213 - sharpening / rough grinding
 

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DIAMOND PASTE FOR DENTISTRY (DDP)

DIAMONDSMILE DENTAL DIAMOND POLISHING PASTE, DIAMOND PASTE FOR DENTISTRY

 
Application
Smooth and high gloss polishing of any dental material (porcelain, composite materials, amalgam lithium-disilicate, zirconium oxide, veneering and hybrid ceramics, etc), for dental lab or clinic use.
Using a rubber cup, stiff bristle, or felt wheel, the pastes are used to polish the surface until an enamel-like finish is achieved.
 
Content: food grade glycerol, mint flavor, diamond powder, water. 
These water based pastes clean up with a quick water rinse.

Because the pastes contain insoluble content (diamond powder), which may enter the gastrointestinal tract, they are NOT recommended for work directly in patient's mouth.  

Weight: 10 gr.  

Grain size: Please select from the list. You may buy full set or select specific grain size 
Start -     3 micron - the coarsest grit in a set, satin finish
Medium - 1 micron - for intermediary operations, gloss finish
Finish -    0,5 micron - the finest grit in a set, extra gloss finish.

Diamond concentration: HIGH

Diamond weight per 10 gr., cts
3 μ = 60003
1 μ = 150003
0.5 μ = 300003
 

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DIAMOND PASTES, CONCENTRATION 15% (DP)
DIAMOND POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE, CONCENTRATION 15%
 
Weight: 40 gr.  

Soluble in organic solvents.
You can dilute the paste with benzene, kerosene.
We make also water based pastes, which have less areas of application, but may be more convenient for you.
 
Grain size: Please select from the list 
The finest grain size is 0.25/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 1/0 micron 

Diamond concentration: 15% by weight, or 30 ct. (6 gr.) of diamond in 40 gr. bottle. This is the highest concentration, which can be manufactured. 
If you need higher concentration, simply mix required quantity of diamond powder with any lubricant (oil, glycerol, etc.) 

Comparison of diamond weight in this paste and extra high concentration paste per 1 kg of product. 

0.25/0 Extra high 10% - 500 cts
0.25/0  15%                - 750 cts
0.5/0 Extra high 10%   - 500 cts  
0.5/0 15%                   - 750 cts  
1/0 Extra high 10%      - 500 cts  
1/0 15%                      - 750 cts   
 
Monocrystalline diamond powder.
   Micron diamond powders (grain size below 40 micron)  are monocrystalline by default. Yes. they may be obtained by milling of polycrystalline diamonds, but this hardy makes their crystal structure "poly", read more below. 
   Synthesis of polycrystalline diamonds: monocrystalline powders are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis), resulting, for example, in cutting inserts.
   Synthesis of monocrystalline diamonds: graphite powder and catalyst are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis). 
   To receive really polycrystalline diamonds  you need to use ultrafine micron powders (0.1/0 micron), obtained on super centrifuges in small amounts, because of high cost and comparatively low demand (e.g. for polishing of mirrors in space industry), so resulting crystals will be real agglomerates. But if you use powder 40 micron to make  polycrystal and then mill it, you will receive powder containing monocrystals 40 micron and finer, but not polycrystalline powder. 
   Milling of polycrystalline diamonds for pastes  does not make sense considering extra work and no benefits. Although defective diamond polycrystals are definitely milled.  Fairy tales about "more cutting surfaces per particle" of  diamond  "micron polycrystal"  were true about spiky diamond mono crystals synthesized on soviet presses long ago in a country far away. Presses, utilized now (American belt presses in South African E6 and Chinese cubic presses elsewhere) do not deploy synthesis profiles to make similar crystals. (Of course there are expensive exceptions :) )


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Application
Sharpening of straight razors for shaving
 
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CBN PASTES, HIGH CONCENTRATION (CBNP)
CUBIC BORON NITRIDE POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE
 
Weight: 40 gr.  

Soluble in organic solvents.
 
Grain size: Please select from the list 
The finest grain size is 0.1/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 60/40 micron (fine grinding).   

CBN concentration: HIGH
 

Available on stock 


Application
The best cost/productivity ratio for finishing and polishing  of ferrous metals, steels, HSS. 

Grain size (Grit = Micron = Mesh = FEPA) and operation reference chart

200.000 grit = 0.1/0 μ = 200000 - the finest polishing
100.000 grit = 0.25/0 μ = 100000 - fine polishing
30.000 grit = 0.5/0 μ = 30000- fine polishing
15.000 grit = 1/0μ = 15000  - fine polishing
10.000 grit =  2/1μ = 10000 - fine polishing
5.000 grit =  3/2μ = 6000 = M1.5  - fine polishing
4.000 grit =  5/3μ = 4000 = M4   - polishing
3.000 grit =  7/5μ = 3000 = M6.3 - polishing
1.700 grit = 10/7μ = 1700 = M10  - polishing
1.500 grit = 14/10μ = 1500 = M16 - polishing
1.100 grit = 20/14μ = 1100 = M20   - polishing
650 grit = 28/20μ = 650 = M25 - polishing
550 grit = 40/28μ = 550 = M40  - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40μ = 270/325 = D54  - fine grinding
285 grit =  63/50μ = 230/270 = D64 - fine grinding
240 grit = 80/63μ = 170/200 = D91  - fine grinding
225 grit = 100/80μ = 140/170 = D107 - fine grinding
160 grit = 125/100μ = 120/140 = D126  - grinding
100 grit = 160/125μ = 100/120 = D151 - grinding
80 grit = 200/160μ = 70/80 = D213 - sharpening / rough grinding
 

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DIAMOND PASTES, HIGH CONCENTRATION (DPH)

DIAMOND POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE, HIGH CONCENTRATION
 
Weight: 40 gr.  
 
Oil based (Soluble in organic solvents): for polishing of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, alloys, non-metal materials, steels and semiconducting materials.

Water based: for polishing of glass, semiconducting materials, carbide tools, dyes, sapphire.

To make selection easier: buy oil based paste in most cases and water based paste if stains may be an issue. 
 
Grain size: Please select from the list 

The finest grain size is 0.1/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 125/100 micron (grinding).   

Diamond concentration: HIGH, INCREASED
please see the difference between concentrations below
 

Diamond weight per 40 gr., cts

100/80120
80/63120
60/4040
40/2840
28/2030
20/1430
14/1030
10/720
7/520
5/320
3/210
2/110
1/010
0,5/010
0,25/010
0,1/010
 
Surface roughness after polishing

Grain size, µm

Surface roughness Ra, µm

Processing

 before

after

125/100 - 50/40

-

0,32

grinding, fine grinding

60/40-40/28

0,4 - 0,2

0,195 - 0,155

fine grinding

28/20 - 14/10

0,16 - 0,1

0,12 - 0,075

polishing

10/7 - 5/3

0,08 - 0,05

0,06 - 0,038

polishing

3/2 - 1/0

0,04 - 0,025

0,03 - 0,02

fine polishing

0,5/0  - 0,1/0

-

-

fine polishing


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We have all types of diamond pastes and supply products according to customer requirements, which include: base compound (water, oil), packaging, color, concentrations. Please note, some products are impossible to make, for example, maximum concentration of 0.5/0 paste is 15% by weight. 

Application
Finishing and polishing  of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, alloys, steels, hard alloys, ceramics, jewelry. 
 
30000 grit = 0.5/0 μ - fine polishing
15000 grit = 1/0 μ - fine polishing
10000 grit = 2/1 μ - fine polishing
5000 grit = 3/2 μ - fine polishing
4000 grit = 5/3 μ - polishing
3000 grit = 7/5 μ - polishing
1700 grit = 10/7 μ - polishing
1500 grit = 14/10 μ - polishing
1100 grit = 20/14 μ - polishing
650 grit = 28/20 μ - polishing
550 grit = 40/28 μ - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40 μ - fine grinding


Monocrystalline diamond powder.
   Micron diamond powders (grain size below 40 micron)  are monocrystalline by default. Yes. they may be obtained by milling of polycrystalline diamonds, but this hardy makes their crystal structure "poly", read more below. 
   Synthesis of polycrystalline diamonds: monocrystalline powders are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis), resulting, for example, in cutting inserts.
   Synthesis of monocrystalline diamonds: graphite powder and catalyst are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis). 
   To receive really polycrystalline diamonds  you need to use ultrafine micron powders (0.1/0 micron), obtained on super centrifuges in small amounts, because of high cost and comparatively low demand (e.g. for polishing of mirrors in space industry), so resulting crystals will be real agglomerates. But if you use powder 40 micron to make  polycrystal and then mill it, you will receive powder containing monocrystals 40 micron and finer, but not polycrystalline powder. 
   Milling of polycrystalline diamonds for pastes  does not make sense considering extra work and no benefits. Although defective diamond polycrystals are definitely milled.  Fairy tales about "more cutting surfaces per particle" of  diamond  "micron polycrystal"  were true about spiky diamond mono crystals synthesized on soviet presses long ago in a country far away. Presses, utilized now (American belt presses in South African E6 and Chinese cubic presses elsewhere) do not deploy synthesis profiles to make similar crystals. (Of course there are expensive exceptions :) )
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3/2 ПОМГ - 3/2 high concentration, oil based. 
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DIAMOND EMULSION SPRAY, HIGH CONCENTRATION (DEH)
DIAMOND EMULSION SPRAY, DIAMOND SUSPENSION, DIAMOND SLURRY
HIGH CONCENTRATION

 
Weight: 40 gr. 

Water based 
  
Grain size: Please select from the list 
The finest grain size is 0.5/0 micron (fine polishing) 

Blade of old knife, polished with these emulsions, grain sizes 7/5 and 5/3



Diamond concentration:
HIGH, INCREASED
please see the difference between concentrations below
 

Diamond weight per 40 gr., cts

100/80120
80/63120
60/4040
40/2840
28/2030
20/1430
14/1030
10/720
7/520
5/320
3/210
2/110
1/010
0,5/010
0,25/010
0,1/010

 

Surface roughness after polishing

Grain size, µm

Surface roughness Ra, µm

Processing

 before

after

125/100 - 50/40

-

0,32

grinding, fine grinding

60/40-40/28

0,4 - 0,2

0,195 - 0,155

fine grinding

28/20 - 14/10

0,16 - 0,1

0,12 - 0,075

polishing

10/7 - 5/3

0,08 - 0,05

0,06 - 0,038

polishing

3/2 - 1/0

0,04 - 0,025

0,03 - 0,02

fine polishing

0,5/0  - 0,1/0

-

-

fine polishing

 
30000 grit = 0.5/0 μ - fine polishing
15000 grit = 1/0 μ - fine polishing
10000 grit = 2/1 μ - fine polishing
5000 grit = 3/2 μ - fine polishing
4000 grit = 5/3 μ - polishing
3000 grit = 7/5 μ - polishing
1700 grit = 10/7 μ - polishing
1500 grit = 14/10 μ - polishing
1100 grit = 20/14 μ - polishing
650 grit = 28/20 μ - polishing
550 grit = 40/28 μ - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40 μ - fine grinding


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DIAMOND PASTES, EXTRA HIGH CONCENTRATION (DPH)
DIAMOND POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE, EXTRA HIGH CONCENTRATION
 
Weight: 40 gr.  

Oil based (Soluble in organic solvents): for polishing of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, alloys, non-metal materials, steels and semiconducting materials.

Water based: for polishing of glass, semiconducting materials, carbide tools, dyes, sapphire.

To make selection easier: buy oil based paste in most cases and water based paste if stains may be an issue.  

Grain size: Please select from the list 
The finest grain size is  0.1/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 125/100

Diamond concentration: EXTRA HIGH 
please see the difference between concentrations below,
EXTRA HIGH is the highest standard concentration of diamond paste.
 

Diamond weight per 40 gr., cts

60/4080
40/2880
28/2060
20/1460
14/1060
10/740
7/540
5/340
3/220
2/120
1/020
0,5/020
0,25/020
0,1/020

Surface roughness after polishing

Grain size, µm

Surface roughness Ra, µm

Processing

 before

after

125/100 - 50/40

-

0,32

grinding, fine grinding

60/40-40/28

0,4 - 0,2

0,195 - 0,155

fine grinding

28/20 - 14/10

0,16 - 0,1

0,12 - 0,075

polishing

10/7 - 5/3

0,08 - 0,05

0,06 - 0,038

polishing

3/2 - 1/0

0,04 - 0,025

0,03 - 0,02

fine polishing

0,5/0  - 0,1/0

-

-

fine polishing



Available on stock 

We have all types of diamond pastes and supply products according to customer requirements, which include: base compound (water, oil), packaging, color, concentrations. Please note, some products are impossible to make, for example, maximum concentration of 0.5/0 paste is 15% by weight. 


Application
Finishing and polishing  of stone (granite, marble), metal, glass.  

30000 grit = 0.5/0 μ - fine polishing
15000 grit = 1/0 μ - fine polishing
10000 grit = 2/1 μ - fine polishing
5000 grit = 3/2 μ - fine polishing
4000 grit = 5/3 μ - polishing
3000 grit = 7/5 μ - polishing
1700 grit = 10/7 μ - polishing
1500 grit = 14/10 μ - polishing
1100 grit = 20/14 μ - polishing
650 grit = 28/20 μ - polishing
550 grit = 40/28 μ - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40 μ - fine grinding
 
Monocrystalline diamond powder.
   Micron diamond powders (grain size below 40 micron)  are monocrystalline by default. Yes. they may be obtained by milling of polycrystalline diamonds, but this hardy makes their crystal structure "poly", read more below. 
   Synthesis of polycrystalline diamonds: monocrystalline powders are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis), resulting, for example, in cutting inserts.
   Synthesis of monocrystalline diamonds: graphite powder and catalyst are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis). 
   To receive really polycrystalline diamonds  you need to use ultrafine micron powders (0.1/0 micron), obtained on super centrifuges in small amounts, because of high cost and comparatively low demand (e.g. for polishing of mirrors in space industry), so resulting crystals will be real agglomerates. But if you use powder 40 micron to make  polycrystal and then mill it, you will receive powder containing monocrystals 40 micron and finer, but not polycrystalline powder. 
   Milling of polycrystalline diamonds for pastes  does not make sense considering extra work and no benefits. Although defective diamond polycrystals are definitely milled.  Fairy tales about "more cutting surfaces per particle" of  diamond  "micron polycrystal"  were true about spiky diamond mono crystals synthesized on soviet presses long ago in a country far away. Presses, utilized now (American belt presses in South African E6 and Chinese cubic presses elsewhere) do not deploy synthesis profiles to make similar crystals. (Of course there are expensive exceptions :) )

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Legally we required to mark pastes according to Ukrainian standard, in Cyrillic characters: grain size in microns type (concentration, composition).  Concentrations: Н- normal, П- high, В- extra high, e.g.: 
3/2 ПОМГ - 3/2 high concentration, oil based. 

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DIAMOND PASTES, NORMAL CONCENTRATION (DP)
DIAMOND POLISHING, LAPPING PASTE
 
Weight: 40 gr.  

Oil based (Soluble in organic solvents): for polishing of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, alloys, non-metal materials, steels and semiconducting materials.

Water based: for polishing of glass, semiconducting materials, carbide tools, dyes, sapphire.

To make selection easier: buy oil based paste in most cases and water based paste if stains may be an issue. 
 
Grain size: Please select from the list 

The finest grain size is 0.1/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 125/100 micron (grinding).   

Diamond concentration: NORMAL, STANDARD
please see the difference between concentrations below
 

Diamond weight per 40 gr., cts
160/12580
125/10080
100/8080
80/6380
63/6040
60/4016
40/2816
28/2012
20/1412
14/1012
10/78
7/58
5/38
3/24
2/14
1/04
0,5/04
0,25/04
0,1/04

Surface roughness after polishing

Grain size, µm

Surface roughness Ra, µm

Processing

 before

after

125/100 - 50/40

-

0,32

grinding, fine grinding

60/40-40/28

0,4 - 0,2

0,195 - 0,155

fine grinding

28/20 - 14/10

0,16 - 0,1

0,12 - 0,075

polishing

10/7 - 5/3

0,08 - 0,05

0,06 - 0,038

polishing

3/2 - 1/0

0,04 - 0,025

0,03 - 0,02

fine polishing

0,5/0  - 0,1/0

-

-

fine polishing

Available on stock 
We have all types of diamond pastes and supply products according to customer requirements, which include: base compound (water, oil), packaging, color, concentrations. Please note, some products are impossible to make, for example, maximum concentration of 0.5/0 paste is 15% by weight. 

Application
Finishing and polishing  of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, alloys, steels, hard alloys, ceramics, jewelry. 

Monocrystalline diamond powder.
   Micron diamond powders (grain size below 40 micron)  are monocrystalline by default. Yes. they may be obtained by milling of polycrystalline diamonds, but this hardy makes their crystal structure "poly", read more below. 
   Synthesis of polycrystalline diamonds: monocrystalline powders are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis), resulting, for example, in cutting inserts.
   Synthesis of monocrystalline diamonds: graphite powder and catalyst are pressed in a capsule, which then is exposed to high temperature and high pressure (HTHP synthesis). 
   To receive really polycrystalline diamonds  you need to use ultrafine micron powders (0.1/0 micron), obtained on super centrifuges in small amounts, because of high cost and comparatively low demand (e.g. for polishing of mirrors in space industry), so resulting crystals will be real agglomerates. But if you use powder 40 micron to make  polycrystal and then mill it, you will receive powder containing monocrystals 40 micron and finer, but not polycrystalline powder. 
   Milling of polycrystalline diamonds for pastes  does not make sense considering extra work and no benefits. Although defective diamond polycrystals are definitely milled.  Fairy tales about "more cutting surfaces per particle" of  diamond  "micron polycrystal"  were true about spiky diamond mono crystals synthesized on soviet presses long ago in a country far away. Presses, utilized now (American belt presses in South African E6 and Chinese cubic presses elsewhere) do not deploy synthesis profiles to make similar crystals. (Of course there are expensive exceptions :) )

 
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Legally we required to mark pastes according to Ukrainian standard, in Cyrillic characters: grain size in microns type (concentration, composition).  Concentrations: Н- normal, П- high, В- extra high, e.g.: 
3/2 ПОМГ - 3/2 high concentration, oil based. 


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BORON NITRIDE PASTE, HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT, THERMAL PASTE (Wurtzite15)
BORON NITRIDE THERMAL PASTE 
 
Weight: 150 gr.  
 
Content: wurtzite boron nitride powder (10/7 micron), 40% in water/alcohol soluble composition.

Properties: high temperature resistance and conductivity, dielectric strength (eliminates the risk of shorting out).
Thermal conductivity  2.7 watt/centimeter/°C
(Thermal conductivity of  wurtzite boron nitride powder- 7.4 watt/centimeter/°C compared to silver with 4.29 watt/centimeter/°C)

According to Ioffe Institute, thermal expansion of wurtzite boron nitride is the lowest among other materials.

Grain size:  10/7 micron (see particle  size distribution diagram of wurtzite boron nitride powder)
  
Available on stock 

Application:
- mold release;
- detaching and protective for high temperatures (up to 2000 °C), accelerates dismantling of connections operating at high temperatures, anti-stick coating;
- thermal conductor, including for more effective heat distribution in 3-d printers' hot blocks, reducing clogs and making removing nozzles easier;
- facilitates cutting of hard materials, extends the service life of cutting tools, provides a lower operating temperature.

How it works: apply uniform layer; composition will evaporate under high temperature, leaving boron nitride on the surface; to some extent it's also stress resistant.
On the first heating there is a mild burning plastic smell, which is the glycating agent evaporating, so for first indoor use ventilation is needed.

If smell is an issue, buy wurtzite boron nitride powder and make water mixture (1:1 by weight).

Why it's better:
- Thermal expansion of wurtzite boron nitride (according to Ioffe Institute) is approx. 1.5 lower than that of hexagonal boron nitride and consequently of other materials. Which means higher stability of coating layer under high temperatures.
-  Thermal conductivities of wurtzite crystal, parallel and perpendicular to the axis, are identical. Which means higher stability of thermal properties in comparison to hexagonal boron nitride. 

Safety Data Sheet 

Read more how to use Wurtzenite™ Boron Nitride paste
 
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150 gr
64.00€
BORON NITRIDE PASTE, HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT, MOLD RELEASE (Wurtzite)

WURTZENITE™ BORON NITRIDE, HIGH TEMPERATURE RESISTANT PASTE 


 
Net weight: 50, 150, 500, 1000 gr.
 
Content: wurtzite boron nitride powder (10/7 micron), 40% in water/alcohol soluble composition.

Properties: high temperature resistance and conductivity, dielectric strength (eliminates the risk of shorting out) 
Thermal conductivity  2.7 watt/centimeter/°C
(Thermal conductivity of  wurtzite boron nitride powder- 7.4 watt/centimeter/°C compared to silver with 4.29 watt/centimeter/°C)

Grain size:  10/7 micron  (see particle  size distribution diagram of wurtzite boron nitride powder)
  
Application:
- mold release;
- detaching (dismantling) and protective for high temperatures (up to 2000 °C);
- anti-stick coating;
- thermal conductor, including for more effective heat distribution in 3-d printers' hot blocks, reducing clogs and making removing nozzles easier;
- facilitates cutting of hard materials, extends the service life of cutting tools, provides a lower operating temperature.

How it works: composition  evaporates under high temperature, leaving boron nitride on the surface, which, to some extent, is also stress resistant. On the first heating of wet surface, there is a mild burning plastic smell, which is the glycating agent evaporating, so for first indoor use ventilation is needed  or let paste dry. 
If smell is an issue, buy wurtzite boron nitride powder and make water mixture (1:1 by weight).

Directions of use: 
- General:  apply uniform layer to the surface and let it dry; 
- 3-d printer cartridges (thermistor & heater) and heat breaks: coat the surface, install while the paste is still wet and let it dry before heating up;
- Nozzles: apply small amount to threads of the nozzle (do not apply the paste  to the threads of the heater block), install the nozzle while the paste is still wet and let it dry before heating. 

Read more how to use Wurtzenite™ Boron Nitride paste

 Advantages: 
- Thermal expansion of wurtzite boron nitride (according to Ioffe Institute) is approx. 1.5 lower than that of hexagonal boron nitride and other heat resistant materials. Which means higher stability of coating layer under high temperatures (<2000 °C = 3632 °F);
-  Thermal conductivities of wurtzite crystal, parallel and perpendicular to the axis, are identical. Which means higher stability of thermal properties in comparison to other heat resistant materials, including such forms of boron nitride as hexagonal and cubic. 

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