Porcelain Silica, Quartz, and Silicate Materials

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Silicate Ceramics, Porcelain
from CoorsTek

Silicate ceramics, the oldest family of ceramics, are multi-phase materials developed from natural silicate sources such as clay, kaolin, feldspar, and soapstone. Today ’s silicates — including cordierite, forsterite, mullite, steatite, and technical porcelain — evolved from... [See More]

  • Silicate Type: Porcelain
  • MOR / Flexural Strength: 18855
  • Composition: Porcelain
  • Applications: HV / Electrical; Chemical & scientific labware, Electrical insulators
Fused Quartz Labware - Broad Base
from Robuster Quartz

Robuster Quartz Fused Silica Ceramics features excellent thermal reliability under high temperature (up to 1350 ˚C), resistivity to chemical corrosion and thermal shock; Our Silica ceramic products are widely used in chemical, medical and biology industries for chemical... [See More]

  • Silicate Type: Porcelain; Quartz
  • Length: 0.9843 to 1.46
  • Shape / Form: Custom Shape
  • Width / OD: 1.61 to 2.24