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Strong Growth Expected inTechnical Ceramics Market

The global market for advanced and nanoscale technical ceramics is expected to grow by over 6 per cent annually until 2018. Read on for more details. BODY: According to BCC Research (a Massachusetts-based market research firm) the world will use $12 billion worth of technical ceramics powder in 2018, an annual rise of 6.2 per…

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High-Quality Technical Ceramics from PVD and CVD Processes

Technical ceramics produced by chemical vapour processes can be used in plasma etch operations. Learn more below. Ceramics are inorganic compounds made by firing clay minerals together with other secondary minerals such as sand at temperatures greater than 700 degrees C. Technical ceramics are high-performance compounds with a large variety of applications, from dentistry to…

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Nanoscale Coatings Improve Fused Silica Surfaces

Fused silica / quartz with Anti-reflection coating improves the efficiency, bandwidth and acceptance angle of fused silica and other optical substrates. Learn more ….. BODY: Fused Silica / Quartz Laser systems are used in a wide range of applications such as energy generation, medical devices and materials processing, as well as in distance sensors and…

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Hydrogen Fortifies Fused Silica Optical Fibres

Optical fibres made with fused silica quartyz solid cores are able to transmit ultraviolet light over an extended period. Read more below. The ability of hydrogen to change the performance of optical fibres used in transmitting laser beams has been known for years. The problem has been how to achieve it. Optical fibres are essentially…

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Technical Ceramics for High-Tech Brakes revolutionize

Lightweight brakes coated with technical ceramics may make cars more energy-efficient. Read on to find out more. There is one simple rule about how to make any vehicle more energy-efficient: reduce its weight. Auto manufacturers can use all manner of materials on the bodywork to cut down on the kilograms, whether it’s in standard petrol…

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The Future of Macor in Printed Circuit Boards

Meta Description: Machineable glass ceramics such as Macor may change the foundations of the printed circuit board market. Read on to find out more. The structural foundations of the printed circuit board market are laminates made of glass fibre and epoxy. These are thin and usually green cards that support all of the circuit components…

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Technical Ceramics Demand to Rise

Whether they are called engineered ceramics, fine technical ceramics or industrial ceramics, enhanced or technical ceramics are reinforced non-metallic and inorganic compounds with exceptional physical and chemical properties. These are: Excellent resistance to high and extremely high temperatures High resistance to wear and tear and corrosion Tensile strength ranging from high to very high Superb…

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Fused Silica Applications in Ultraviolet Optics

Silica is one of the most abundant compounds in nature and comprises nearly one third of the Earth’s crust. It occurs in its cleanest form as pure quartz sand. Manufacturers call glass made from the purest silica either fused silica or fused quartz. The difference between fused quartz and fused silica is that the former…

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Strong Growth Expected in World Technical Ceramics Market

According to BCC Research (a Massachusetts-based market research firm) the world will use $12 billion worth of technical ceramics powder in 2018, an annual rise of 6.2 per cent from the 2013 consumption levels. Nanoceramics, or advanced ceramic powders, are a type of inorganic, granular material that forms the basis of solid technical ceramics. In…

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Technical ceramic moldings

Here at the Multi-Lab Group, we produce & supply all kinds and grades of Industrial and Technical Ceramics, This week for instance, we have been working on the development of a super pure oxide powder,  ( the little known Tantalum ) We have spent the last five years developing the process and from the preforms…

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