Ceramics combine a variety of technical properties that are not available in this combination in other materials. Since the parameters can be adjusted in their expression, ceramics are versatile.
Ceramics combine a variety of technical properties that are not available in this combination in other materials. Since the parameters can be “adjusted” in their expression, ceramics are versatile.
Alumina (Al2O3) in its various degrees of purity is the most commonly used high-performance ceramic material. Its properties have numerous advantages for ceramic applications.
Zirconia (ZrO2) offers very good mechanical properties and excellent strength values compared to other ceramic materials.
By mixed ceramics we mean materials whose properties are optimized by the specific mixture or combination of the two basic systems aluminum oxide and zirconium oxide.
In addition to particularly high strength, damage tolerance and corrosion resistance, high-performance ceramics are also characterized by extremely high thermal shock and thermal shock resistance.
Silicon nitride (Si3N4) belongs to the group of non-oxide ceramics. Characteristics are low density, good temperature resistance, high fracture resistance and very low thermal expansion.
Silicon carbide (SiC) belongs to the group of non-oxide ceramics. It is characterized by low density, high modulus of elasticity, high hardness and good resistance to corrosion and thermal shock.
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