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Technical Ceramics
Offers a combination of good mechanical and electrical properties leading to a wide range of applications. Alumina can be produced in a range of purities with additives designed to enhance properties. It can be formed using a wide variety of ceramic processing methods and can be machined or net shaped formed to produce a wide variety of sizes and shapes of component. In addition it can be readily joined to metals or other ceramics using metallising and brazing techniques.

 


Aluminous porcelain

Type of Ceramic Aluminous Porcelain
Colour White
Open Porosity 0
Apparent Density 2.8Kg/dm
Flexural Strength 162 MPa


Typical characteristics

Good corrosion resistance
Excellent dielectric properties
Good strength and stiffness
Good thermal stability
Good hardness and wear resistance
Low dielectric constant and loss range

Typical applications

Electrical insulators
Electronic substrates
Grinding media
Wear components
 
LM Ceramic 124

Typical characteristics
High resistance to thermal shock
Low density
Low thermal expansion coefficient
Moderate strength
Low dielectric loss factor
Volume resistivity

Typical applications

Heating element supports
Feed-thru insulators
Electrical insulators
Burner tubes
Special furnace shapes