Engineering Ceramics Ideal for High-Temperature, High-Wear Applications

Goodfellow Ceramic and Glass Division offers a range of engineering ceramics that are ideal for the high-temperature, high-wear conditions typically found in aerospace, automotive, military, electronic and industrial fields.

These exceptional ceramics are:

  • Very hard and extremely resistant to wear
  • Good thermal and electrical insulators
  • Able to retain mechanical properties at elevated temperatures
  • More durable than metals
  • Highly resistant to extremely aggressive and corrosive environments

Typical applications of engineering ceramics include:

  • Wear components (blades, valves, pumps, etc.)
  • High-voltage insulators
  • High-temperature tubes
  • Electronic substrates
  • Ballistic armour
  • Laser cavities

Goodfellow's line of engineering ceramics includes but is not limited to alumina, boron nitride and zirconia and is available in a wide range of forms (rod, sheet, foam, powder, crucible, etc.) or as finished components precision-machined to customer drawings.

For more information about engineering ceramics from Goodfellow, call 0800 151 3115 (UK freephone) or +44 1480 424 888, email [email protected] or visit here

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