MACOR® Machinable Glass Ceramic Rod
from Accuratus Corporation

High use temperature. Non-flammable. Excellent electrical insulator. Excellent thermal insulator. Dimensionally stable. MACOR machinable glass ceramic gives you the characteristics you need from a ceramic with the added benefit of easy fabrication using ordinary machine tools. No longer is it... [See More]

  • Shape: Rod
  • Length: 2.99 to 12.01
  • Width / Diameter: 0.0591 to 2.99
  • Material Type: Silicate / Clay; Glass Ceramics
Alumina 94% Machined Components
from Insaco, Inc.

Alumina (Al2O3) is one of the most widely specified, general-purpose technical ceramics. All aluminas are very hard and wear resistant, with high compressive strength even against extreme temperatures and corrosive environments. Aluminas are also excellent electrical insulators and are gas tight. [See More]

  • Shape: Hollow Stock (Tube, Pipe, Column) (optional feature); Custom Shape; Tube (optional feature)
  • Dielectric Strength: 328740
  • Material Type: Specialty Material; Alumina
  • Dielectric Constant: 9.3
Aluminum Nitride (AlN) Ceramic Component
from San Jose Delta Associates, Inc.

Aluminum Nitride - AlN, is most often the material of choice due to its relatively excellent thermal conductivity and non-toxic nature. Because San Jose Delta has a segregated beryllium oxide - BeO department with over 20 years of experience fabricating common microwave designs such as helix support... [See More]

  • Shape: Rod; Custom Shape
  • Dielectric Constant: 9
  • Material Type: Aluminum Nitride; Specialty Material
  • Resistivity: 1.00E15
Aremcolox™ 502 Series Ceramic -- 502-1100-UF
from Aremco Products, Inc.

Aremco offers a broad range of machinable and fully-dense ceramic materials for applications in which high temperature insulation, thermal shock resistance and high dielectric strength are required. Aremcolox ™ and Super-Heat ceramics include compositions based on alumina, alumino-silicates,... [See More]

  • Shape: Rod
  • Dielectric Constant: 5.8
  • Material Type: Silicate / Clay; Al Silicate or Mica Based
  • Max Use Temperature: 538