Ceramics are a very dense material. Some of the hard materials for wear resistance are
Alumina, Carbides and Zirconia. These powders are pressed at very high pressures to
create a very tight bond then sintered (fired) to bond the crystal structure, which in turn
produces an almost solid state. Let our engineers help you with your application.
Some of the Industries for these applications include:
• Semiconductor/Wafer processing
Common materials for these applications:
• Alumina: Aluminum Oxide 85-99.99% Pure.
• Zirconia: Zirconium Oxide Yttria stabilized.
• Silicon Carbide: A carbide about twice as hard as typical carbide