Article - 7 Nov 2002
Saffil is a high alumina (96%) ceramic fibre. It has excellent high temperature properties and good chemical resistance to most environments. Furnace linings/insulation is the most common application...
Article - 26 Jun 2008
Ceramic material, with its biocompatibility and resistance to wear, is ideally suited for a wide variety of medical implant applications.
Article - 23 May 2008
Increasing aplications for lasers has also brought about increased demands on the lasers themselves.
Article - 9 May 2007
Precision Ceramics is dedicated to the engineering of technical ceramics. They have extensive in-house machining facilities to enable us to manufacture ceramic components to the highest specifications...
Article - 18 Jan 2007
Today, there are a wide range of advanced ceramics including alumina, zirconia, silicon nitride, silicon carbide, steatite, cordierite etc.
Article - 8 Jan 2007
Wear resistance makes ceramics suited to artificial joints and electrical properties make them suitable for implantable electronics.
Article - 27 Sep 2006
An alumina-based Protective Coating is a revolutionary development that offers an exceptional protective oxide coating for titanium aluminide, with extremely strong substrate bonds.
Article - 4 Jan 2006
Now for the first time, a 1700°C Lab Furnace that can simply be plugged into a standard 110 Volt, 20 Amp outlet without the need for either a 220 V supply or an electrician is available from Zircar...
Article - 20 Sep 2005
The SHS technique has greater potential for producing cheap sialon materials. The á-sialon powder synthesized from slag displays properties suitable for the preparation of ceramics. The as-sintered...
Article - 19 Jan 2005
Many ceramics are produced from casting slips. Properties of the final product are dictated by the slip properties. These can be optimized by optimizing particle size and zeta potential. A case study...