SCERAM is a specialist in machining and supplying technical ceramics. The company distributes an extensive line of advanced materials, including Sapphire, Pyrophillite, Steatite, Transparent Spinel, Quartz (GE 124), Mullite (porous, impervious), Silicon Carbide, Boron Carbide, Boron Nitride (HDBN, AXO5, M26), Shapal (MSOFT and Hi M), Zirconia (Fully, Magnesia, yttria, Alumina stabilized), Alumina, Macor and many other ceramic materials.
SCERAM Advanced Ceramics
SCERAM offers a wide variety of technical ceramics (Figure 1) to meet the specifications of customers. Building on its years of experience and ‘application-oriented’ vision, the company can provide the optimum solution for the applications of customers. The company works with certified suppliers and its supply sources ensure the traceability and stability of their materials as per all the international directives, rules, and regulations. The company can offer certified material certificates.
Figure 1. SCERAM Advanced Ceramics.
Clients can access the company’s website and use its comparative charts to identify the ceramic suitable for their applications, based on the following properties: hardness, maximum use temperature, density, dielectric strength, thermal conductivity, thermal shock resistance, Young modulus, Poisson ratio, resistance to flexion, and compressive strength.
Main Ceramic Production Processes
SCERAM’s production process ascertains the traceability of each component produced, according to the international quality standards. Ceramic production processes are usually identified by the product’s geometry and intricacy of shapes, and by the volume of production required.
Some of the processes include Slip casting, Uniaxial pressing, Extrusion, Hot Isostatic pressing (HIP), Cold Isostatic pressing (CIP), Ceramic Injection molding (CIM), Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS), Hot pressing (HP), and Monocrystals (Czochralsky).
SCERAM’s exigency is ensured in all stages of fabricating ceramic components. The raw materials utilized are always evaluated prior to machining. All materials are procured from qualified suppliers chosen in accordance with stringent ISO standards.
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Sceram Ceramics.
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