Good electrical insulation 95% Alumina Mn Mo Metallized Ceramic Rings

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Products Description


Features:
1.Good electrical insulation
2.High mechanical strength
3.Excellent wear resistance
4.Excellent corrosion resistance
5.Low dielectric constant
6. A variety of specifications available.
7.Satisfy various technical request


Available Metallization&Plating Specifications
Available Ceramic Compositions
Al2O3 94%,97%,99.5%
Available Metallization Materials
Mo/Mn
Metallization Thickness
25±10um
Available Plating Materials
Ni/Ag/Au
Plating Thickness
2-10um






Technical Parameters


95 Al2O3 Alumina Metallized Ceramic
We supply precision big diameter glazing&metallized ceramic in alumium oxide ceramics for the military, medical and aerospace industries.Through spray, needle and brush coatings or screen printing our capabilities allow us to metallized on flat, cylindrical and complex ceramic bodies. Moly-Manganese is the typical base coat materials used for metallization.
Depending on the shape of the surface to be metallized, other methods such as ruling or brushing are used. Subsequently, the metallization is baked under forming gas (90% nitrogen (N2) and 5% hydrogen (H2)). The forming gas protects the metal particles during the burn-in from oxidation. The result is a cohesive connection between metallization and ceramic.




Metallization Processing
(See Process Description Below)
Outer Diameter and Inner Diameter Banding
Brush
Screen Printing
Spray
Needle
Base Metallization Materials
Moly Manganese
Tungsten Manganese
Moly Tungsten Manganese
Materials for Metallization
Aluminum Oxide
Beryllium Oxide (Restrictions Apply)
Metallization Characteristics/Benefits
Low Temperature Firing
Universally Applicable
Process Speed
Uniform Coating, Thickness and Density
No substrate deformation
Intended Applications for Metallization Products
Traveling Wave Tubes
Vacuum Electronic Devices
Medical Devices
Photon Machines
Neutron Generators
X-Ray Tubes
Klystrons
High Vacuum Feed Through
Relay Insulators
E-Beam Technology












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