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  • Zirconia

    Zirconia Zirconia(also known as zirconium oxide). The strongest and toughest of all advanced ceramic materials, it is used to make scissors and knives which products once considered impossible to make from ceramic. Single-crystal zirconia is also prized as a jewel, as its refractive index creates a diamond-like-brightness. Properties and Advantages Chemical Resistance Wear Resistance H…

  • Zirconia Toughened Alumina

    Zirconia Toughened Alumina Zirconia Toughened Alumina (ZTA) provides mechanical strength and wear resistance and is used as the ideal intermediate solution between Zirconia and Alumina. Properties and Advantages Mechanical strength Toughness Wear resistance Stability at high temperatures Resistance to corrosion Biocompatibility Forming Technology Dry Pressing Cold Isosta…

  • 92 Alumina

    About Alumina 92% Alumina is the most popular material used in machines and systems in steel plants, in foundries, in the mining, processing and preparation of minerals, within the paper, pulp, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, in power plants (coal, wood and solid fuels), in cement production, and in concrete production and transportation.  Properties and Advantages High hardness …

  • 95 Alumina

    95 Alumina 95 Alumina is the most popular ceramic materials in China, cause its properties better than 92 Alumina and had a competitive price. it widely used in complex shape design like heat sink, disc, insulator and igniter. Properties and Advantages High hardness and wear resistance Defined and uniformly low erosion High temperature and corrosion resistance Dimensional stability …

  • 96 Alumina

    96 Alumina This is material is widely used in electronic and semiconductor, cause its superior electrical properties. Properties and Advantage With excellent Insulation properties Small dielectric constant High mechanical strength High thermal conductivity and coefficient Excellent resistance against oil and chemical. Forming Technology Dry Pressing Cold Isostatic Pres…

  • 99.5 Alumina

    99.5 Alumina This material is extensively used for applications that require exceptional electrical resistance combined with resistance to chemical attack. Properties and Advantage Wear and chemical resistance. Fine grain strong and smooth High mechanical strength High thermal conductivity and coefficient Forming Technology Dry Pressing Hot Pressing Cold Isostatic Pressi…

  • 99.9 Alumina*

    99.9 Alumina Alumina ceramic of 99.9% Al2O3 content. A high purity material used for the highest integrity applications where one, or a combination, of its exceptional mechanical, electrical, thermal or corrosion resistant properties is essential. INNOVACERA can not supply this material, the data from Kyocera Group.

  • Aluminum Nitride

    Aluminum Nitride Aluminum Nitride is the only technical ceramic material that features an extremely interesting combination of very high thermal conductivity and excellent electrical insulation properties. Properties and Advantage Very high thermal conductivity High electrical insulation capacity Low thermal expansion Good metalization capacity Forming Technology Dry Pressin…

  • Boron Carbide

    Boron Carbide Boron Carbide is the lightest technical ceramic material (2.52 g/cm³) as well as the hardest (second only to diamond). Properties and Advantage Light Weight and High Hardness Erosion Resistance High Modulus Neutron Absorber Thermal shock resistance and thermal stability Low coefficient of thermal expansion Non 2nd Radiation pollution after absorbing neutron Sin…

  • Boron Nitride

    Boron Nitride Introductions Boron Nitride[10043-11-5], exists as three different poly-morphs: Alpha-boron nitride(α-BN), a soft and ductile polymorph with a hexagonal crystal lattice similar to that of graphite, also called hexagonal boron nitride(HBN) or white graphite; Beta-boron nitride(β-BN), the hardest manmade material and densest polymorph, with a cubic crystal lattice similar to that of…

  • Machinable Glass Ceramic

    Machinable Glass Ceramic Machinable glass ceramic(MGC) is a combination of fluorophlogopite mica and borosilicate glass It can be machined into complex shapes and precision sizes with just normal cutting tools. Properties and Advantages Easily machinable Withstands high temperatures Low thermal conductivity Holds tight tolerances Electrical insulator Zero porosity and no outgassi…

  • Molybdenum*

  • Sapphire*

    Sapphire Sapphire is single-crystal alumina, a transparent material with excellent chemical stability and valuable mechanical, thermal and optical properties. Its material properties are vastly superior to glass, quartz and other mass-produced transparent materials. Properties and Advantage Light Transmittance Plasma and Heat Resistance Low Dielectric Loss Electrical Insulation Hig…

  • Silicon Nitride*

    Silicon Nitride Silicon nitride is optimal for engine parts due to its toughness at high temperatures, superior thermal shock resistance, light weight and corrosion resistance. Properties Lightweight (60% Lighter than Steel) Wear Resistant and High Fracture Toughness Low Coefficient of Friction and Low Surface Porosity Contact Fatigue Resistant Electrical Insulator and High Dielect…

  • Tungsten*