The revision of the national standard of “energy consumption limit per unit product of microcrystalline alumina ceramic grinding ball” was started

       On May 13, 2021, Chongqing held the “building sanitary ceramics and microcrystalline alumina ceramic grinding ball unit product energy consumption limit” (building sanitary ceramics part) national standard revision launch meeting.Representatives from Jianwei pottery enterprises attended the opening meeting.

       “Energy Consumption Limit of Microcrystalline Alumina Ceramic Grinding Ball” is a Chinese national standard drafted by Shandong Industrial Ceramic Research and Design Institute Co., Ltd., Sinoma High-tech Materials Co., Ltd., and implemented on December 1, 2014.

microcrystalline alumina ceramic grinding ball

       In recent years, microcrystalline alumina ceramic grinding balls have been widely used in cement and ceramics industry for their advantages of high hardness, good wear resistance, light weight and so on.In the context of China’s efforts to peak its carbon emissions by 2030 and to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, it is necessary to take green and low-carbon energy development as the key, put energy and resources conservation in the first place, and implement a comprehensive conservation strategy.Without alumina ceramic grinding ball industry standardization and expansion of replacement become inevitable.

       Future industry trends to change quota of limitation, to push for strong logo, it is also a country according to the level of economic development, hope that through the lever and the national macroeconomic regulation and control of the market, will be backward, serious waste of energy production technology and process of elimination, ultimately achieve energy and improve the economic benefit, embodies the national energy conservation and management of the enterprise,It also reflects the country’s will to save energy.This is bound to bring more opportunities for the microcrystalline alumina grinding market.

May 18, 2021

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