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Description: Ideal for small melting applications such as non-ferrous steel or precious metals using a ceramic, clay graphite or silicon carbide crucible. Standard Features Heavy duty, high conductivity coil custom designed to match most existing power supplies Direct power lead connection eliminates
- Configuration: Top Loading
- Process Temperature: 786 to 3221 F
- Controller Type: Single Set Point
Supplier: Accuratus Corporation
Description: Zirconia is an extremely refractory material. It offers chemical and corrosion inertness to temperatures well above the melting point of alumina. The material has low thermal conductivity. It is electrically conductive above 600°C and is used in oxygen sensor cells and as the susceptor (heater
- Material Type: Zirconia, Specialty Ceramic
- Shape / Form: Fabricated / Custom Shape
Description: Light weight table top furnace ideal for melting precious metals. Standard Features Furnace is designed for being able to pour while still under power to prevent "freezing" of metal in the crucible. For use with graphite or ceramic crucibles Includes a table-top glastic stand for holding
- Configuration: Other
- Process Temperature: 786 to 3221 F
- Controller Type: Single Set Point
Calorimeters and Thermal Analyzers - Test Bench for Determination of the Pyrometric Cone Equivalent (Refractoriness) - Pyrometric Cone Equivalent: PCE 428Supplier: NETZSCH-Gerätebau GmbH
Description: PCE 428 - Pyrometric Cone Equivalent Because of the heterogeneity of their composition and structure, ceramic refractories do not exhibit a uniform melting point. The refractoriness is characterized by the optical determination of the pyrometric cone equivalent (according to Seger), i.e.
- Thermal Analyzer Type: Other Analyzer
- Temperature Range: 68 to 3092 F
Supplier: Aremco Products, Inc.
Description: Low melting point adhesive systems for moderate-stress machining processes
- Substrate / Material Compatibility: Ceramic / Glass, Metal
- Industry: Electronics, OEM / Industrial, Photonics / Optoelectronics
- Chemical / Polymer System Type: Specialty / Other
- Cure Type / Technology: Thermoplastic / Hot Melt
Supplier: Specialty Seal Group
Description: Ceramic-to-Metal End Seals Give Top Performance in Harsh Industrial Environments Specialty Seal Group (SSG) offers ceramic-to-metal seals a wide range of uses. Single- & Dual-Lead Seals Typical Applications: Industrial Heaters Terminating Power Cables Isolating Other High Heat or Power
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H.C. Starck Inc. - Fabricated Products Group
Molybdenum Glass Melting Electrodes
processes that provide molybdenum and other refractory metals with outstanding protection against oxidation at high temperatures. These ceramic coatings are integral with and chemically bonded to the metal surface and they cannot separate or spall. Being produced via a chemical vapor deposition, the coatings can be applied uniformly to all surfaces including the inside of thin tubes. . GMEs Manufactured from Powder Metallurgical Processing. Structure. Glass melting electrodes will normally... (read more)
Browse Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys Datasheets for H.C. Starck Inc. - Fabricated Products Group
Chatham Components, Inc.
High Current Thermal Cutoffs - SEFUSE Brand
The SEFUSE brand thermal fuses are designed for high current applications. The SEFUSE is manufactured by NEC/ SCHOTT Components Corporation, Shiga, Japan. SEFUSE brand thermal fuses are non-resettable protectors attached to the heat generating section of electronic parts, motors, transformers circuits and other devices. The thermal element breaks the circuit when the thermal sensitive pellet liquefies when the temperature rises to the melting point of the thermal element. This allows a spring... (read more)
Browse Thermal Cutoffs and Thermal Protectors Datasheets for Chatham Components, Inc.
Saint-Gobain Coating Solutions
melting point even at up to 900 - 1000° F. Flow and creeps are virtually non-existent below its crystal-crystal transition temperature of 625° F. The reported mechanical properties of Ekonol were measured on samples, which were compression sintered at 800° F and 10,000 psi. Ekonol has excellent solvent resistance with the exception of concentrated sulfuric acid and strong alkalis. The water absorption rate is low at 0.4% after 500 hours at 212° F. Ekonol Polyester is self-lubricating... (read more)
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Type K Thermocouple
tube protection is not always necessary when other conditions are suitable; however, it is recommended for cleanliness and general mechanical protection. Type K will generally outlast Type J because the JP wire rapidly oxidizes, especially at higher temperatures. . Temperature Range: •Thermocouple grade wire, −454 ° to 2,300 °F ( −270 to 1,260 °C). •Extension grade wire, −32 ° to 392 °F (0 to 200 °C) •Melting Point, 2550 °F (1400... (read more)
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melting points are suitable for applications requiring wear resistance, high temperature strength, electrical or thermal insulation or other specialized characteristics
High Contrast Fiber Laser Marking of Silicon Carbide
Silicon Carbide is a high temperature engineering ceramic that has impressive thermal properties; a high melting point, high thermal conductivity, high electric field breakdown strength and high maximum current density. Its properties have made it a prime candidate for use as a semiconductor
toughness, and tailorable properties. Also known as engineered ceramics, these materials are replacing metals in applications where reduced density and higher melting points can increase efficiency and speed of operation. The nature of the bond between ceramic particles helps differentiate engineering
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Heating and acceleration processes of high melting point ceramic particles in pulsed plasma
Heating and acceleration processes of high melting point ceramic particles in pulsed plasma .
The high melting points of ceramic materials cause that the ceramics with a help of the powder technology are processed.
...the FG-TBC system by supersonic plasma spraying with internal dual feed ports was developed successfully, which better solved the difficult problem that low melting point metals are over melted and severely oxidized or high melting point ceramic powders are poorly melted...
Surface modification technologies IX
Also, KEM coatings can be used to produce high melting point ceramic -ceramic and ceramic-metal bonds through the application of partial transient liquidphase joining materials.
Experimental Set-Up HVOF Equipment The Praxair Surface Technologies HV2000 HVOF system was used in conjunction with a 22mm combustion chamber designed for use with higher melting point ceramic powders.
Atmospheric plasma spray is an industrially established deposition technology used to deposit high melting point ceramic materials with microstructures starting from completely dense layers for thermal barrier coating applications to relatively porous configurations for renewable energy source electrode materials (i.e. gas...
Study on direct fabrication of ceramic shell mold with slurry-based ceramic laser fusion and ceramic laser sintering
Both processes are somewhat similar to SLS in the principle of using laser scanning to fabricate parts, but use slurry, which was composed of a structural material (high melting point ceramic powder) and an inorganic binder (low melting point ceramic powder).
Cell�?Assisted Deposition of Inorganic Coatings
At 500°–600°C the nanoparticles already developed enough bonding with the substrate to form a quite stable layer, even in the case of a high melting point ceramic material like YFSZ.
Preparation of mullite fibres by sol–gel processes using aluminium carboxylates and tetraethylorthosilicate
Conventionally, melt spin- ning methods are adopted for the synthesis of low melting point ceramic fibres.
Half-transient liquid phase diffusion welding: An approach for diffusion welding of SiCp /A356 with Cu interlayer
Liquid state production normally involves mixing high melting point ceramic particles into the liquid metal by properly stirring and subsequently casting the relatively mushy mixture.
Engineering nanostructured thermal spray coatings: process–property–performance relationships of ceramic based materials
In the latter case, the powder formulation is often composed of a low melting point metal and a high melting point ceramic .
Thermal Spraying for Power Generation Components
...mm diameter of standard and high-enthalpy nozzles result in low Re numbers of a plasma plume, relatively low particle velocity and long dwell time that is especially attractive for high-ef�?ciency spraying of low thermal conductivity/ high melting point ceramic coatings.
Combustion characteristics of the Ni3 Ti-TiB2 intermetallic matrix composites
Elemental reactant powders were used in each SHS (self- propagating, high temperature) reaction.[4–7] The resulting exothermic SHS reaction produced a solid, high melting point ceramic (TiB2 or HfB2) synthesized in situ, within a large volume of the liquid metal (Ni3Ti or...