Electronics / RF-Microwave Specialty Ceramics Datasheets

Aluminum Nitride Substrate -- 2020.025-F
from Accuratus Corporation

Accuratus maintains an inventory of standard aluminum nitride substrates for fast delivery requirements. They are stocked in industry standard thicknesses of .025 inches and .040 inches. We will be happy to provide a quotation. Call us at 908-213-7070 or fax your requirement to 908-213-7069. If you... [See More]

  • Applications: Foundry / Metal Processing; Dielectric; Electronics or semiconductors
  • Shape / Form: WaferSubstrate
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Aluminum Nitride
  • Length: 2
Beryllium Oxide Ceramics
from Xiamen Innovacera Advanced Materials Co., Ltd.

Beryllium Oxide (BeO), which is commonly referred to as Beryllia, is endowed with a virtuously unique combination of thermal, electrical, optical, and mechanical properties which may be exploited for a diverse range of applications from thermal management systems for integrated electronics to high... [See More]

  • Applications: Electronics or semiconductors; Medical, Lasers, Semiconductor Handling Equipment, Energy, Military and Aerospace, Wireless Communications
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Beryllia / Beryllium Oxide
3M™ Silicon Nitride
from 3M Advanced Materials Division

Heavy-duty diesel engines. Jet engine igniters. Oil wells thousands of feet underground. When extreme conditions like these push equipment to its limits, 3M ™ Silicon Nitride industrial ceramics deliver high performance where other materials fail. 3M silicon nitride is 60% lighter than steel... [See More]

  • Applications: Abrasion Resistant; Dielectric; Electronics or semiconductors; Automotive, Aerospace
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape; Preforms; Tube; Immersion Tube or Sheath; Hollow Stock (Tube, Pipe, Column)
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Silicon Nitride
Aremcolox™ 502 Series Ceramic -- 502-0676
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]

  • Applications: Foundry / Metal Processing; Chemical or material processing; Electronics or semiconductors; HV / Electrical; Wear resistant parts or tooling; Refractory or High Temperature Insulation
  • Max Use Temperature: 1799
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: MgO / Magnesite
  • Thermal Conductivity: 2.2
Silicon Nitride
from Kyocera Corporation

Silicon nitride is optimal for engine parts due to its toughness at high temperatures, superior thermal shock resistance, light weight and corrosion resistance. [See More]

  • Applications: Corrosion resistant (optional feature); Dielectric; Electronics or semiconductors (optional feature); HV / Electrical (optional feature); Wear resistant parts or tooling (optional feature); Refractory or High Temperature Insulation (optional feature)
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape (optional feature); KilnFurniture (optional feature); Roller / Roll (optional feature); Spout (optional feature); Tube (optional feature); Immersion Tube or Sheath; Hollow Stock (Tube, Pipe, Column) (optional feature)
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Silicon Nitride
  • Thermal Conductivity: 20 to 27
Beryllium Oxide Ceramics -- BW1000
from Materion Corporation

Materion Ceramics has the capabilities to manufacture complex and custom designs by the addition of a variety of machining functions. Input material used for customized products can be dry pressed, isopressed or extruded in form and consist of Materion Ceramics' BW1000 "high strength" material. [See More]

  • Applications: Dielectric; Electronics or semiconductors; Optical Grade; Medical, Aerospace/Defense, Energy, Photonics/Lasers, Semiconductor, Telecom
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape; Available in Various Ceramic Forms
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Beryllia / Beryllium Oxide
  • Thermal Conductivity: 275 to ?
MACOR® Glass-Ceramic Bars -- 12" Length MACOR Bar
from San Jose Delta Associates, Inc.

Macor is a relatively easy material to machine using ordinary carbide drills, end mills, taps, etc. and doesn ’t require post machining firing. Macor-Machinable Glass Ceramic is also unique in that it can withstand 1000 °C, has low thermal conductivity and is a good electrical insulator. [See More]

  • Applications: Abrasion Resistant; Dielectric; Electronics or semiconductors; HV / Electrical; Optical Grade; Structural; Thermal Insulation or Fire Proofing Material; Wear resistant parts or tooling; Aeropsace, Nuclear, Medical, Fixturing, Welding; Refractory or High Temperature Insulation
  • Shape / Form: BarStock
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Glass Ceramics
  • Length: 12