|Thermal Conductivity:||29W/mK||Max. Temperature:||1600℃|
Industrial Structure Alumina Ceramic Parts,
89 HRA Alumina Ceramic Parts,
99% Al2O3 Ceramic Alumina Parts
Industrial Structure Alumina Ceramic Parts Advanced Ceramic Parts
Advanced ceramics, also known as engineered or technical ceramics, are high-performance materials with superior properties such as high-temperature resistance, excellent hardness, low thermal expansion, and exceptional electrical insulation.
There is a rising demand for advanced ceramics in various industries, such as electronics, automotive, aerospace, and healthcare. The need for lightweight materials with superior performance attributes is boosting the adoption of advanced ceramics in these sectors.
The increasing focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources has further propelled the market. Advanced ceramics find applications in components for power generation, energy storage, and clean technologies. A range of applications and demand across booming end-use industries is likely to drive the advanced ceramics market in the coming years.
Technical ceramics, such as alumina, zirconia, and silicon carbide can significantly improve the performance of components subjected to extreme conditions, especially in aerospace and defense applications. This becomes extremely valuable when other materials such as steel and glass are susceptible to fatigue/failure and not warranted in complex applications. The advantage to using technical ceramics versus other materials such as steel, glass, and plastics in aerospace/defense applications is most recognizable when high-temperature environments are required.
Material: 95% to 99.7% Al2O3 available
Max. size: diameter within 500mm, length within 2000mm
Other materials: zirconia, silicon carbide, silicon nutride materials also available