Ceramic

Alumina (Al2O3)

Aluminum Oxide (Alumina, Al2O3) is the most versatile engineered ceramic because of its high temperature service limit along with its chemical, electrical and mechanical properties. It is very hard and wear resistant, with high compressive strength even against extreme temperatures and corrosive environments along with electrical insulation and gas tight properties. Common applications include spark plugs, tap washers, abrasion resistant tiles, and cutting tools.

Tritone® Alumina shows good compressive strength, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

 

Datasheet under development.

Zirconia

Zirconia is a white material commonly used to produce dental frameworks for dental substructures such as crowns, bridges, etc. Unlike standard ceramics that tend to be brittle and hard, Zirconia has excellent wear resistance and strength, and comes with a flexibility which is far better than those of other technical ceramics. Additional applications are decorative, such as watches and jewelry.

Tritone® Zirconia shows good compressive strength, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

 

Datasheet under development.

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