CoorsTek Datasheets for Silica, Quartz, and Silicate Materials

Silica, quartz and silicate materials include fused silica, quartz, kaolin or clay-based materials, cordierite, steatite, forsterite, sillimanite, zircon, porcelain, and fireclay. They are based on silicon dioxide and various chemical variations.
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Ceramic Honeycomb Supports for Precious Metal Gauzes Advanced ceramic supports from alumina, cordierite, silicon carbide, and mullite materials provides superior chemical, corrosion, and thermal shock resistance. CoorsTek flat and corrugated ceramic supports are optimized for harsh chemical...
Semiconductor Wafer End Effectors End effectors, also referred to as semiconductor handling "blades", are the robot's hand to handle and move semiconductor wafers between positions. So end effectors must be dimensionally precise and thermally...
Silicate Ceramics, Forsterite Forsterite is used in electronics, often as silicate substrates, because of its good electrical and dielectric properties. Example Applications Sensors Electrical substrates
Glassun Fused Silica Refractories Glassun refractories are manufactured from high-purity fused silica materials. There are four categories of Glassun refractories, including: Glassun Series, shaped by slip casting Glassun Castable monolithic refractories Glassun Cement Glassun...
Ceramic Lift Pins Lift pins are used in assemblies to lift and move wafers through semiconductor processing positions. Since they are exposed to chamber or other processing conditions, they require robust thermal stability...
Silicate Ceramics, Cordierite
Silicate Ceramics, Porcelain
Silicate ceramics, the oldest family of ceramics, are multi-phase materials developed from natural silicate sources such as clay, kaolin, feldspar, and soapstone. Today’s silicates — including cordierite, forsterite, mullite, steatite,...
Silicate Ceramics, Steatite Steatite is used in electronic components and manufacturing processes. Its low dielectric loss combined with a high dielectric strength make it an excellent inexpensive component for electronics and manufacturing processes.