Article - 3 Apr 2001
Although beryllia is a toxic ceramic in powder form, it has a number of properties that make it useful in industries ranging from electronics, to nuclear applications through to military and...
Article - 9 Feb 2001
Boron Carbide (B4C) is one of the hardest materials known to man. As such, many of its applications revolve around its wear resistance including such uses as abrasives and nozzles. It also has some...
Article - 13 Jun 2012
To form safe, dependable and flexible fire and heat resistant barriers for thermal insulation, a range of fabrics and textiles such as fiberglass, Silica, Kevlar®, Nomex®, amongst others can be...
Article - 18 May 2012
The Final Barrier against Abrasion, Chemicals and Heat: SILTEX® Woven Silica Fabric, Yarn and Cordage, and Textiles from Mid-Mountain Materials
Article - 28 Nov 2018
This article discusses the properites, grades and uses of military steel.
Article - 30 Aug 2018
Hunter Spring, a leading supplier of flat spring products, is an authorized source of supply for a wide variety of constant force spring and spring-powered assemblies for the defense and military...
Article - 18 Jun 2018
When ceramic plates emerged as a lightweight alternative to personal body armor and protective vehicle cladding during the 1970’s, consumers began to question the efficiency of steel armor plating.
Article - 26 Apr 2018
Keith Carron, CEO CEO/General Manager of Metrohm Raman, talks shortly after the release of Metrohm’s new Mira DS handheld Raman Analyzer.
Article - 2 Feb 2018
Technical ceramics exhibit high-performance properties, making it a viable option for industries requiring materials to withstand high heat, wear & impact.
Article - 23 Aug 2017
Research Bioengineers at the United States Army Soldier Systems Center in Natick, Massachusetts have recently developed fabrics that are embedded with nanofibers and hydrogel particles.