Superior Technical Ceramics Corp. Datasheets for Industrial Ceramic Materials

Industrial ceramic materials are non-metallic, inorganic compounds that include oxides, carbides, or nitrides. They have high melting points, low wear resistance, and a wide range of electrical properties.
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Bolt lengths do not include head lengths. Threads are manufactured to "go" gauge conditions. Parts will not meet "no-go" gauge conditions. Due to standard manufacturing methods, stack-up tolerances cannot be...
For our stock lengths of 24". Ceramic tubes and rods can be cut to shorter lengths. A dash number with the length is added to the above numbers to represent...
Plate sizes can be made to various thicknesses. Standard thicknesses are .125", .250", .375", .500", .625", .750", and 1.00". Not all plates can be made to the thicknesses listed above.
Plate Tolerance: Thickness: + 1/32", - 0, Length/Width: + 1", - 12
Plate Tolerance: Thickness: + 1/32", - 0, Length/Width: + 1", - 13
Plate Tolerance: Thickness: + 1/32", - 0, Length/Width: + 1", - 14
Plate Tolerance: Thickness: + 1/32", - 0, Length/Width: + 1", - 15
Rod Tolerance: 1/4" to 1":+1/16",-.000, Over 1": +1/8",-.000, Length: +1/4",-.000.
Sharp edges at the ends may be broken to prevent chipping. Thread may be countersunk a maximum of 1/16" deep to prevent chipping. .006"/ inch max camber allowance. Threads must...
Up to .127" diameter : '+/-0.005", Greater than .127" diameter: ' +/- 3%, 0.006"/inch camber allowance