Dubbed ‘ceramic steel’ Zirconia (ZrO2) ceramic materials offer a combination of high hardness, wear and corrosion resistance while still maintaining one of the highest figures for fracture toughness amongst ceramic materials.
CeramaZirc Ultra Tough is an advanced zirconia-based ceramic composite material based on partially stabilised zirconia and alumina platelets and is the latest and toughest composite to be introduced by Precision Ceramics.
In a development that could have a significant impact on the electronics industry, the latest ceramic metallized insulators are making strides in enhancing semiconductor packaging and related applications. These insulators offer a range of practical benefits that can improve the performance and durability of electronic components. Let’s take a closer look at what sets them apart:
Key Features of Ceramic Metallized Insulators:
1. Stability and Strength: The ceramic material employed in these insulators boasts an even texture, ensuring every batch maintains stable quality and flexural strength. This consistency in material quality is pivotal for the reliability of electronic components.
2.Dense and Weldable Metal Layer: The metal layers in these insulators are densely applied, providing a smooth and even surface. This not only enhances their appearance but also makes them easy to work with, particularly in manufacturing processes.
Our ranges of light guides are available in a variety of materials Currently we offer BK7 or equivalent, Sapphire or equivalent and UV Fused Silica light guides, in an assortment of diameters and thicknesses.
Light guides serve as the key element in cosmetic laser, or intense pulsed light (IPL) applications. IPL is commonly used for the removal of unwanted hair, as well as a range of other cosmetic applications. IPL applications make use of a variety of wavebands to target different chromophores. For this reason, our custom light guides are available in a choice of materials to suit your waveband requirement.
Knight Optical’s custom BK7 or equiv light guides offer high internal reflection to minimize the loss of transmitted light. BK7 or equiv can offer over 90% transmission between 330 and 2000nm, which makes this material an excellent choice for IPL applications used to treat pigmentation Continue to read thePDF