Alumina / Aluminum Oxide (Al₂O₃)
Purities available range from 95% (industrial grade) to 99.999% (high purity grade) and the product is also available to MIL-A-22262B.
The properties of Alumina make it ideal for use in many applications. Aluminum Oxide is widely used in technical or advanced ceramics. It is used as an industrial abrasive in glass products, refractory products, and electronics. It is used throughout the medical industry for bearings in hip replacements, as prostheses, bionic implants, prosthetic eye substitutes, tissue reinforcements, and dental implants. It has applications for body and vehicle armor and in the production of bulletproof glass.
50 lb. bags, poly-lined fiber drums, and bulk bags
Alumina / Aluminum Oxide TSCA (SARA Title III) Status: CDC Listing For further information, please call the EPA, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) at 202-564-2902
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Alumina / Aluminum Oxide CAS Number: 1344-28-1
Alumina, also known as Aluminum Oxide, is considered a sustainable material due to its abundant availability and recyclability. It is commonly used in a variety of applications, such as ceramics, abrasives, and refractories. Alumina is derived from Bauxite, a naturally occurring mineral found in large quantities around the world. The production process of Alumina involves mining and refining bauxite ore, which can be energy-intensive. However, the material can be recycled and reused, reducing the need for virgin production and minimizing waste. In addition, Alumina is chemically inert and non-toxic, making it a safe and environmentally friendly option. Alumina also contributes to the circular economy through its potential for recycling and reuse. The material can be recycled and processed into new products, reducing the need for virgin materials and minimizing waste. Furthermore, Alumina’s durability and resistance to corrosion allow for its long-term use, reducing the frequency of replacement and extending the material’s lifespan. As such, Alumina plays an important role in promoting a circular economy by minimizing waste and reducing the environmental impact of production and consumption.