Morgan Advanced Materials Datasheets for Aluminum Oxide and Alumina Ceramics

Aluminum oxide and alumina ceramics have excellent wear characteristics, chemical resistance, compressive strength, high-temperature properties, and dielectric strength. They are used widely because of their versatility and low cost. Their main drawback is its relatively poor thermal-shock resistance due to higher coefficients of thermal expansion and lower thermal conductivity (compared to other pure ceramic materials).
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A high purity, high quality alumina ceramic with an Al2O3 content in excess of 99%. An alumina grade developed for abrasive resistance and mechanical strength in chemically...
A high quality alumina ceramic of 96% Al2O3 content. Excellent mechanical characteristics make this an ideal material for components where resistance to dynamic wear and abrasive action...
A high quality alumina ceramic with a nominal of Al2O3 content of 95-96%. Ideal material for components where surface finish, resistance to wear and abrasive action are...
A porous alumina ceramic of 99.85% Al2O3 content, especially developed as a ‘lossy’ material for microwave attenuation as typically needed in vacuum tubes.
A top quality alumina ceramic of 97.6% Al2O3 content, widely used for high integrity components where its exceptional electrical and thermal properties are essential to operational stability...
A very high purity alumina ceramic of 99.9% Al2O3 content, produced specifically for surgical implant devices.
A very high purity, sub micron grain sized zirconia toughened alumina matrix composite ceramic. Composed of a 99.9% alumina and 3mol% yttria partially stabilised zirconia (Y-PSZ), produced specifically for surgical...
Alumina ceramic of 94% Al2O3 content. Its excellent combination of mechanical, thermal, electrical and chemical properties are well suited to applications across industry.
Alumina ceramic of 95% Al2O3 content. This refractory-quality material is extensively used for high temperature applications in welding, heat treatment, and metallurgical and chemical processing.
Alumina ceramic of 98.6% Al2O3 content. Well proven as a lightweight hard-faced armor tile material for battlefield vehicles and structures.
Alumina ceramic of 99.5% Al2O3 content. This material is extensively used for applications that require exceptional electrical resistance combined with resistance to chemical attack.
Alumina ceramic of 99.9% Al2O3 content. A very high purity material, used for the highest integrity applications where one, or a combination, of its exceptional mechanical, electrical,...
Alumina ceramic with 95.0% Al2O3 content that is specially formulated for accurate grain size. This is feature particularly valuable when a ceramic microstructure is needed to provide...
Alumina ceramic with a minimum Al2O3 content of 95.0% (typically 96%). This lightweight hard-faced material is especially formulated for ballistic applications.
Alumina ceramic with a minimum Al2O3 content of 95.0% (typically 96%). This material is a high quality electrical insulator, with good mechanical properties, that is widely used...
Alumina-based material with mechanical properties enhanced by the addition of yttria partially-stabilised zirconia. Typically contains in excess of 80% Al2O3 with the remainder comprising mainly ZrO2...
An alumina ceramic of 84% Al2O3 content, that combines excellent wear and chemical resistance with good electrical and thermal properties.
An alumina ceramic of 86% Al2O3 content, that combines mechanical strength with excellent electrical properties.
Fine grain alumina ceramic of 97.5% Al2O3 content. A high quality material, widely used for electrical and mechanical components that require thick film metallizing, as well as...
High purity alumina ceramic of 99.5% Al2O3 content. Its purity, chemical resistance and high temperature capabilities prove invaluable for semiconductor processing applications.
High purity alumina ceramic with excellent mechanical, electrical, thermal, and chemical properties.
High purity alumina with a minimum purity of 99.8%. Specifically developed for semiconductor processing applications.
High purity porous alumina ceramic of 99.7% Al2O3 content, used extensively for long-life laser reflectors. This material is sintered at high temperatures to achieve a controlled porosity.
High-quality alumina ceramic of 97.0% Al2O3 content. This material is an excellent electrical insulator that can be metallized to facilitate high-temperature brazing of assemblies.
Highly versatile alumina ceramic of 96% Al2O3 content, with excellent combination of mechanical, electrical, thermal and chemical properties.
Highly versatile alumina ceramic with excellent mechanical, electrical, thermal, and chemical properties.
Highly versatile alumina ceramic with great mechanical, electrical, thermal, and chemical properties.
We have developed a series of hybrid Alumina loaded glasses to deliver improved hardness, strength and high thermal conductivity in comparison to normal sealing glass. This thermally conductive series of...