Powder / Aggregate (Grain / Grog) Specialty Ceramics Datasheets

3M™ Titanium Diboride Powders
from 3M Advanced Materials Division

High hardness. Extremely high electrical conductivity. Thermal stability. Inert to nonferrous metals. 3M ™ Titanium Diboride Powders are highly resistant to abrasion, chemical corrosion and high temperatures, making them suitable for wear protection applications. 3M ™ Titanium Diboride... [See More]

  • Shape / Form: Grannular Fill; Powder, Grain or Grog
  • Applications: HV / Electrical; Welding, Cathode Protection
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Metal-Boride
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]

  • Shape / Form: Powder, Grain or Grog
  • Applications: Abrasive Applications
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Boron Nitride
  • Bond & Processing: Sintered / Fired (optional feature)
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]

  • Shape / Form: Powder, Grain or Grog
  • 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
  • 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)
Maxthal Ceramic Engineering Material
from Kanthal Bethel

Ceramic engineering material for use in high-temperature and chemical environments. Maxthal ceramic engineering material is readily machinable and damage tolerant. It can be used at temperatures up to 1450°C (2640°F) in air and 1600°C (2910°F) in vacuum or hydrogen. [See More]

  • Shape / Form: BarStock (optional feature); Plate / Board (optional feature); Powder, Grain or Grog (optional feature); Rod (optional feature)
  • Max Use Temperature: 1450 to 1600
  • Specialty Ceramic Type: Maxthal