Boron Nitride Custom Shapes
from Accuratus Corporation

Boron nitride is a white solid material in the as produced hot pressed form. It is a low porosity solid. It is easily machined into complex shapes using standard carbide tooling. The material is anisotropic in its electrical and mechanical properties due to the platy hexagonal crystals and their... [See More]

  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Boron Nitride
  • Applications: Dielectric
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape
Cubic Boron Nitride Powder
from Advanced Abrasives Corp.

cBNP is the clear winner when machining ferrous materials. It is second only to diamond in hardness. cBNP has a high thermal conductivity which makes it ideal for high temperature applications. [See More]

  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Boron Nitride
  • Applications: Abrasive Applications
  • Shape / Form: Powder, Grain or Grog
  • Bond & Processing: Sintered / Fired (optional feature)
Boron Nitride Machined Components
from Insaco, Inc.

Many of the properties of Boron Nitride vary significantly with the grade of the material. [See More]

  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Boron Nitride
  • Max Use Temperature: 2800
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape; Plate / Board (optional feature); Tube (optional feature); WaferSubstrate (optional feature); Hollow Stock (Tube, Pipe, Column) (optional feature)
  • Thermal Conductivity: 2 to 160
Boron Nitride Ceramic Component
from San Jose Delta Associates, Inc.

Boron nitride is offered in several grades each with unique materal properties. All however, are readily machinable; much like green (not sintered), alumina BN allows drilling, tapping, treads etc. without the need for diamond tools. Hot-Pressed Boron Nitride Shapes Hot-pressed BN is compacted at... [See More]

  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Boron Nitride
  • Max Use Temperature: 850 to 2000
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape
  • Thermal Conductivity: 11 to 130
High Purity Ceramic Powders
from Aremco Products, Inc.

Aremco offers a wide range of high purity metals and ceramics that are applicable to scientists and engineers involved in basic research and applied product development. [See More]

  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Hafnia (optional feature); MgO / Magnesite (optional feature); Metal-Boride (optional feature); Silicon Carbide (optional feature); Silicon Nitride (optional feature); Titanate (optional feature); Tungsten Carbide (optional feature); Zirconia (optional feature); Aluminum Nitride (optional feature); Boron Carbide (optional feature); Boron Nitride (optional feature); Ceria (optional feature); Graphite (optional feature)
  • Applications: Foundry / Metal Processing; Abrasives, ceramics or glass manufacturing; Chemical or material processing; Corrosion resistant; Electronics or semiconductors; HV / Electrical; Wear resistant parts or tooling
  • Shape / Form: Powder, Grain or Grog