Swiss Jewel Company 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 Sapphire Saddle Pin is a rod with a concave groove in the middle. This area provides a wear surface which can capture the element and keep it centralized. Saddle...
A sapphire stylus is a small pin-point components where the end radius is controlled to as small as .001". Sapphire's hardness and ability to accept a good polish provide for...
Sapphire Blades are an excellent choice for various applications. Sapphire's hardness and excellent surface finish provide a superior surface for precision work. Sapphire blades are commonly used on fiber optics...
Sapphire Rods are used in a wide range of applications. A sapphire rod can be made with all surfaces polished for optical and wear applications or with all surfaces fine...
Sapphire Tubes are available in a range of sizes and can be held tighter in tolerance than metal. Stock sizes start with ID .015" and can be made up to...