Different ceramic materials can be used up to a process temperature of 1700°C/3092°F due to its thermal stability
High-temperature technology is an important component of many technical processes. In laboratory and research settings as well as in manufacturing; high-temperature processes place extreme demands on equipment.
Different ceramic materials can be used up to a process temperature of 1700°C/3092°F due to its thermal stability. Our ceramic materials have proven themselves in these settings.
QSIL has a standard range of crucibles, but also manufactures to customer specifications. In addition, moulded parts can be and are used for linings and protective pipes in high-temperature zones.
In addition to dense materials, our porous ceramic AK99.7 S (foam ceramic) is a particularly proven solution here.
Components made of SSiC are also well suited for use as heat exchangers in corrosive media and as black radiators in high-temperature or drying systems,
e.g. in the paper industry, as well as in energy and environmental technology.
Crucibles and crucible holders are suitable for chemical and thermal digestion processes for elemental analysis where a combination of good corrosion, oxidation and high temperature resistance is required. Components made of Silicon nitride or Carbide ceramics are also ideal for cryogenics, since this group of materials does not undergo any low-temperature embrittlement.
Particular advantages are also provided through workpiece holders made of Silicon nitride ceramics, used for the inductive heating of components in hardening plants. Since no eddy currents are induced in the ceramic fixture, only the metallic workpiece itself is heated while energy loss through the fixture and transport devices is minimized. Significant energy savings - and long service lives, (due to the high wear resistance )- are the result.