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HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDER will solidify before it can burst

Attempts to form monocellular HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDERs from a feed comprising a blowing agent using electrical furnaces were not successful because the short residence times used in a flame-forming process could not be attained. That lack of control on the time scale means that forming conditions can only be optimal for a part of the particle size distribution, so HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDER yields tend to be low. To overcome the delicate balance between glass melt viscosity and pressure build-up by the blowing agent, a process employing an electrical furnace was described that forms HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDER from a feed without added physical blowing agents and replacing the internal pressure from the blowing agent by an external pressure difference using a vacuum such as described in U.S. Patent No. 8,261,577 (Qi). However, this process is difficult concerning productivity and scale-up to large-scale production due to the technical complexity of the vacuum requirements. The current cost to generate HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDERs is quite high due to the specific and costly flame-forming technology employed to manufacture them and the immense energy cost of these flame formers entail. The apparatus used to prepare HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES POWDERs conventionally is well known in the art. Such apparatus are similar to those described in U.S. Patent Nos. 3,230,064 (Alford et al.) and 3,129,086. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Hollow glass powder, or if you require the latest price of Hollow glass powder, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.

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