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  • Ceramic Grade Descriptions
    Greenleaf is the industry leader in the development and manufacture of ceramic and coated ceramic inserts in ANSI standard and special geometries. Some of the most prominent include: WG-300 (R) Patented, whisker-reinforced ceramic with excellent wear and shock resistance at high surface speeds
  • Ceramic Grades for Heat Resistant Super Alloys
    Two ceramic sialon grades, CC6065 and CC6060, offer excellent productivity in medium to roughing operations in first and intermediate stage machining. Sialon is a mixture of silicon nitride and aluminium oxide providing the best chemical stability to reduce notch wear in demanding operations
  • SPK Grade Profile
    Strength and wear resistance are the prime features of these ceramic grades used for dry turning as well as grooving of cast iron.
  • Semicon Grade Technical Ceramic provides exceptional thermal stability for solar panel thin film deposition process
    Semicon Grade Technical Ceramic provides exceptional thermal stability for solar panel thin film deposition process
  • Integration of Gantry and Phased Array Ultrasonic System Reduces Armor-Grade Ceramic Materials Inspection Time by 90%
    A new approach can inspect a large number of parts in considerably less time than is required by conventional methods.
  • SG Products: Structural Grade Refractory (.pdf)
    RATH SG Products are versatile non-asbestos refractories reinforced with ceramic fibers to. increase the toughness, reliability and overall performance of the ceramic composite.
  • Magnet Types
    , characteristics and specifications of each material, and the established sub-grades. Historically recognized sub-grade descriptions (such as Alnico 1, 2, etc., or Ceramic 5, 8, etc.) are often referenced. The Brief Designation classifies each subgrade by the normal energy product and the typical intrinsic
  • Permanent Magnet Type
    There are four classes of modern commercialized magnets, each based on their material composition. Within each class is a family of grades with their own magnetic properties. These general classes are: Neodymium Iron Boron Samarium Cobalt Ceramic Alnico

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