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    The Technical Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials engineers and manufactures high performance functional and structural ceramic materials, components and sub-assemblies to address...
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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
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    Saint-Gobain High-Performance Refractories leads the industry in the design, development and manufacturing of the highest performing solutions for extreme operating conditions. We strive to deliver...
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    FELDCO INTERNATIONAL have been in the Technical Ceramic Materials business for over 10 yrs years with plenty of experience to be able to help you with all of your needs. We are currently based in...
  • Article - 23 Feb 2007
    HALSIC is the name of four exceptional high performance ceramics from the silicon carbide (SiC) material group made by W. HALDENWANGER.
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    Since 1980, PremaTech Advanced Ceramics has been machining and grinding high-purity silicon carbides and other advanced ceramic materials and components for applications in aerospace & defense,...
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    With over a century of development experience and production expertise, CeramTec is a leading supplier of advanced ceramics and engineers these materials for use in a wide area of applications. The...
  • Article - 28 Feb 2007
    Haldenwanger, a division of Morgan Advanced Materials produce a range of technical ceramic materials and components.
  • Article - 27 Feb 2007
    The HALDENWANGER range of ceramics includes high purity alumina, alumina-based, silicon carbide and fused silica materials.
  • Article - 26 Feb 2001
    Silicon carbide and graphite charged silicon carbide are used for mechanical seals under conditions where carbon is not suited e.g. high temperatures or in contact with heavy oils.