Ceramic Crucibles for Electrical Engineering Applications

SCERAM supplies ceramic crucibles and ceramic lids (Figure 1) for use in a myriad of applications in laboratories and in the metal and aluminum industries. The company is capable of custom producing Alumina 99.7% components as per the specifications of customers.

SCERAM’s ceramic crucibles and lids.

Figure 1. SCERAM’s ceramic crucibles and lids.

Key Properties of Alumina 99.7% Material

Alumina 99.7% is an ideal material for use in high-temperature technology; in chemical, technical, and electrical engineering applications; or under high wear conditions. With a melting point above 2000°C, Alumina 99.7% exhibits superior refractoriness and resistance to a wide range of chemicals. These qualities make ALUMINA OXIDE 99.7 % the material of choice for products like crucibles for use in a variety of applications. Nevertheless, proper handling is crucial in order to maintain its remarkable properties.

Other Crucible Materials Available

Besides Alumina 99.7% crucibles, SCERAM offers Graphite crucibles, Boron Nitride crucibles, Zirconia crucibles, and Quartz crucibles. Different products offered by SCERAM under the ‘Crucibles and Lids’ family are shown in Figure 2.

SCERAM’s different ceramic crucible and lid products.

Figure 2. SCERAM’s different ceramic crucible and lid products.

Chemical-Technical Applications of SCERAM Crucibles

The following are the chemical and technical applications of crucibles offered by SCERAM:

  • Crucibles for annealing
  • Crucibles for fusion processes
  • Crucibles for crystal growing.

Conclusion

Laboratories and different industries across the world have been using SCERAM’s ceramic and quartz crucibles for over three decades. The company maintains the perfect quality of its materials to offer ideal solutions to its customers.

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Sceram Ceramics.

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