DURATEC 750 Machinable Ceramic - Properties of DURATEC 750 by Goodfellow Ceramic & Glass Division

Background

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DURATEC 750

DURATEC 750 is machinable insulating ceramic material with a calcium silicate composition. It is suited to electrical insulation applications requiring high temperatures

DURATEC materials are asbestos free.

Properties of DURATEC 750

DURATEC 750 is useful where a high temperature, thermally insulating component is required. It also has good electrical insulation and arc resistance.

Table 1. Typical properties of DURATEC 750.

Property
Units
Value
General Chemical Formula
n/a
based on calcium silicate
Porosity
slightly porous
Density
g/cm3
1.4
Mechanical Compressive Strength
MPa
55
10% compaction
Flexural strength
MPa
23
Thermal Max. Use Temperature
°C
1000
Thermal Conductivity
W/m.K
0.49
Co-Efficient of Linear Expansion
10-6/°C
6.6
Electrical Volume Resistance
ohm.cm
9.0x1010
Dielectric Constant
7.6

Properties of DURATEC 750 shown are typical values, they are not absolute material properties, and should be used for guidance only. It is recommended that materials and components are tested for their suitability for a specific application.

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