Modern ceramic materials are ideal design elements in high-vacuum technology due to their impermeability, mechanical strength and temperature resistance.
Typical examples of ceramic components use are feedthroughs which, as an interface between vacuum and environment, are exposed to high stresses, high temperature and pressure differences. These are often designed as ceramic-to-metal solder joints.
Aluminium oxide provides the material basis for a variety of insulators and special components due to its high dielectric strength combined with great mechanical strength, even at steep temperatures.
The high-performance material AK97M with a dielectric strength >30kV/mm, (developed by QSIL Ceramics), meets the stringent requirements of equipment manufacturers and enables optimal design solutions.
- Customized, drawing-based components
- Tight dimensional tolerances
- Special surfaces