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Basalt fiber at low price | Basfiber - Kamenny Vek

Advanced basalt fiber. Kamenny Vek Company is the world’s leading manufacturer of continuous basalt fiber that is produced and sold on the market under the registered trademark Basfiber®.. Basfiber® is close to and sometimes outperforms high strength glass and other specialty fibers

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BASALTEM -- English - Basalt Fiber Equipment and Materials

The traditional platinum alloy bushing assemblies, used for production of basalt super thin fiber, were replaced by bushings made from heat resisting alloys. In August 1999, when installation works were approaching the end, a delegation from the Japanese company, which was involved in manufacturing materials for motor industry, visited Kiev.

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Properties and Applications of Basalt

Basalt fiber is a continuous fiber made of melting basalt stone at 1450 to 1500 degrees through Platinum rhodium alloy bushing. It is a new environmental protection fiber which is known as the

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US5147431A - Bushing assembly for making glass fibers

Bushings and bushing assemblies for supplying molten vitreous material in the form of exudations to be attenuated into filaments include a heat resistant cushioning material is provided under at least a portion of the flange portion of the bushing to thereby accommodate any thermal expansion of the bushing with respect to the insulation castable refractory material used to cement the bushing

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Mechanical Properties of SCC Reinforced with Basalt Fiber

Fiber used in this investigation are of basalt rock fibers polypropylene fibers. Basalt Fibers Basalt is a natural material that is found in volcanic rocks originated from frozen lava, with a melting temperature comprised between 1500° and 1700 °C .Its state is strongly influenced by the temperature rate of quenching process that leads to

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Basalt Fibers: Alternative To Glass? Article From

fiber bushings last six months or more before they need to be melted, reformed and redrilled, a bushing used for basalt fiber production previously lasted anywhere from three to five months. Kamenny Vek, however, reports that process control efforts have extended bushing life to a similar six-month cycle. FIBER VS. FIBER

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Basalt Fiber Manufacture Patents - Rex Research

Multi-bushing kiln for producing basalt fibers CN203033871 Multi-bushing kiln for producing basalt fiber CN103043897 Basalt fiber tank furnace CN202808558 Heat exchanger for basalt fiber production equipment CN202581384 Kiln for continuous fiber production of basalt CN202543025 Production method for ultrafine continuous basalt fibers CN102786220

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Continuous basalt fiber production

Kamenny Vek uses large-sized bushings for a full-scale production of high quality, inexpensive 1200- and 2000-tex single-end rovings. That is technically impossible for the technology of fiber production at single- or two-module furnaces, used by all other manufacturers of basalt fiber in the world.

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BASALTEM -- English - BASALTEM.COM -- Basalt Fiber

The traditional platinum alloy bushing assemblies, used for production of basalt super thin fiber, were replaced by bushings made from heat resisting alloys. In August 1999, when installation works were approaching the end, a delegation from the Japanese company, which was involved in manufacturing materials for motor industry, visited Kiev.

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Basalt Roving is the base from which all basalt products

Using a natural volcanic basalt rock as raw material, basalt roving is produced by melting the rock in a furnace at 1450-1500 degrees C. The molten material is then forced through platinum/rhodium crucible bushings to create fibers (roving). This technology, named continuous spinning, results in continuous fibers.

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Basalt fiber. Articles

A method for producing fibers based on a drawing by air (BB) has long been known. The method of pulling the fiber obtained relatively large length from 200 to 2000 mm, which is one of the main advantages of it in front of the other methods of producing staple fibers

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