Applications of alumina ceramics with different alumina content

High-purity alumina ceramics with Al2O3 content of 99.9%, the sintering temperature is as high as 1650-1990 ° C, transmission wavelength of 1 ~ 6μm. High-purity alumina ceramics generally can be used to replace platinum crucible: because of the light transmission and resistance Alkali metal corrosion, high-purity alumina ceramics can be used as sodium lamp tubes; …

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Steatite Ceramic Components

Steatite Ceramic Components (MgO•SiO2) Steatite is a magnesium silicate material of high electrical resistance at high temperatures, good mechanical strength and a very low dielectric loss factor, which has been used for many decades as insulators or enclosures for electrical components. Steatite ceramics is made from a mineral talcum(3MgO.4SiO2.H2O), as the main raw material, adding …

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Zirconia Ceramic Components

Zirconia Ceramic Components (ZrO2) Zirconia ceramics is the strongest and toughest material among advanced ceramics. Zirconia (ZrO2) has a monoclinic crystal structure at room temperatures, but transforms to cubic and tetragonal structures at elevated temperatures. This transition can result in the development of stresses during cooling which negatively impact the strength of the material. Type …

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Alumina Ceramic Components

Alumina Ceramic Components (Al2O3) Alumina ceramics is the most widely used ceramic material. It offers superior mechanical strength, electrical insulation, high frequency retention, thermal conductivity, heat resistance and corrosion resistance. Alumina ceramic materials are used in a wide range of applications such as electronics, pump components and automotive sensors. Lithaiwa supplies a variety of alumina …

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Propiedades y aplicaciones de Zirconia (ZrO2) Cerámica

ZrO2 tiene dos tipos de estructura cúbica alotrópica de zirconio (fase c), estructura tetragonal (fase t) y estructura monoclínica (fase m). De acuerdo con la composición de las fases contenidas, las cerámicas de zirconia se pueden dividir en materiales cerámicos de zirconia estabilizados y cerámicas de zirconia parcialmente estabilizadas.   Cerámica estabilizada de zirconia Las …

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Properties and applications of Zirconia (ZrO2) Ceramics

ZrO2 has two kinds of zirconium allotrope cubic structure (c phase), tetragonal structure (t phase) and monoclinic structure (m phase). According to the composition of the phases contained, zirconia ceramics can be divided into stabilized zirconia ceramic materials and partially stabilized zirconia ceramics.   Stabilized zirconia ceramics Stabilized zirconia ceramics are mainly composed of cubic phases. …

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Propiedades y aplicaciones de la cerámica de alúmina (Al2O3)

Generalmente, la fase cristalina principal de las cerámicas de alúmina es α-Al2O3. Existen diferentes series según el contenido de Al2O3 y los aditivos. Según el diferente contenido de Al2O3, hay 75 alúmina, 85 alúmina, 95 alúmina, 99 alúmina, etc. De acuerdo con la diferencia de su fase cristalina principal, hay mullita, corindón-mullita y corindón; De …

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