Accuratus Corporation Datasheets for Thermal and Refractory Ceramics

Thermal and refractory ceramics are inorganic, engineered materials that are designed for high-temperature applications. They are used for thermal insulation and fire proofing, and also as structural materials. Additional applications include wear parts and tooling, electrical and electronic components, glass manufacturing, materials processing, corrosion protection, and ballistics.
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Accuflect™ IR is a highly diffuse and low loss reflector of near infrared and mid infrared radiation. The diffuse reflecting Accuflect™ IR offers alternatives to the metallic specular reflectors and...
Accuflect® IR is an excellent medium wave and short wave infrared reflector with excellent performance extending into the visible wavelengths. Many infrared applications can be modified to take advantage...
Accuratus maintains an inventory of standard extruded and cast aluminum oxide, mullite and sialon shapes for fast delivery requirements. These are low cost, quality rods and tubes that can be...
Alumina is the most cost effective and widely used material in the family of engineering ceramics. The raw materials from which this high performance technical grade ceramic is made are...
Boron nitride is a white solid material in the as produced hot pressed form. It is a low porosity solid. It is easily machined into complex shapes using standard carbide...
Mullite is a good, low cost refractory material with a nominal composition of 3Al2O3•2SiO2. The raw materials for mullite are easily obtainable and are reasonably priced. It has excellent high...
Silicon Carbide is the only chemical compound of carbon and silicon. It was originally produced by a high temperature electro-chemical reaction of sand and carbon. Silicon carbide is an excellent...
Zirconia is an extremely refractory material. It offers chemical and corrosion inertness to temperatures well above the melting point of alumina. The material has low thermal conductivity. It is electrically...