Saint-Gobain Coating Solutions 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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Saint-Gobain’s #106 thermal spray powders feature blocky-shaped particles that form dense, hard coatings engineered to resist wear due to abrasion, fretting, cavitation & particle erosion. The alumina-titania formulation resists corrosion...
Saint-Gobain’s #108 thermal spray powders combine aluminum & titanium oxides to produce a smooth, wear resistant coating. The polished surface exhibits low wettability due to dilute solutions of common acids.
Saint-Gobain’s #110 GE is a blocky-shaped, fused aluminum oxide powder with about 3% titania. The powder yields wear-resistant coatings that are ideal for aerospace, printing & automotive applications. The #110...
Saint-Gobain’s #110 is a blocky-shaped gray fused aluminum oxide powder containing about 3 percent titania. When sprayed, this powder produces a hard, dense coating that offers wear resistance & dielectric...
Saint-Gobain’s #112 is a blocky-shaped, fused aluminum oxide powder with about 3% titania. The powder produces coatings that provide wear resistance & dielectric strength in aerospace, printing & automotive applications.
Saint-Gobain’s #117 & 119 are blocky-shaped, fused aluminum oxide powders with about 3% titania. The powders are brown in color but spray gray. The resulting coatings provide wear resistance &
Saint-Gobain’s #150 is a very high purity white powder that produces hard, dense coatings with low porosity. The coatings offer excellent wear resistance at low temperatures & are ideal for...
Saint-Gobain’s #153PT is a 99.8+% pure white powder with low soda content. It is recommended when purity is essential, such as electronic & dielectric applications. Both powders are available in...
Saint-Gobain’s #170 is a white fused magnesium aluminate powder that is blocky in shape. This powder produces high thermal shock resistant coatings that are suitable for the re-surfacing of parts.
Saint-Gobain’s #171 is a spherical white magnesium aluminate (Spinel) powder used primarily for resurfacing parts that require high thermal shock resistance. These coatings resist wetting by liquid aluminum, making it...
Saint-Gobain’s #190 is a hollow, spherical alumina thermal spray powder designed for high purity applications. The 99.9+% pure material is white alpha alumina with particle sizes from 10-30 micron as...
Saint-Gobain’s #233 & #233PW crushed cream-colored powders are created using a special fusion process that gives the particles an open structure. These coatings act as an excellent thermal barrier or...
Saint-Gobain’s #290 is a blocky-shaped, fused thermal spray powder that is grayish-blue in color. This powder produces a dense, hard coating that resists wear due to abrasion, fretting, cavitation &
Saint-Gobain's #1000 & #1001 powders are composed of fused & crushed, blocky-shaped black titania. These powders are used for coatings where only moderate resistance to abrasive wear is required. The...
Saint-Gobain's #1020 is a fused, crushed mullite powder that is blocky-shaped & white in color. This powder produces coatings that are ideal for applications requiring good dielectric strength, thermal insulation...
These high-purity, blocky-shaped fused powders are insoluble in aqueous solutions of common acids & alkalis. They also offer high dielectric strength at room temperature. These powders produce coatings with excellent...