QSIL Ceramics has further developed its metallization skills and now offers a metal / ceramic solution for applications that require reduced permittivity.
In addition to the vacuum-tight brazed ceramic-to-metal joinings offered as a standard solution, QSIL Ceramics offers its customers ceramic-metal feedthroughs produced by co-sintering platinum or platinum alloy pins into zirconia containing ceramic.
The objective of the research project "High Performance Processes for High Performance Materials - HOch²" was the machine-side and technological further development of electrical discharge machining technology for machining Si3N4- and SiC-based advanced ceramics.
Ceramic membranes for water filtration are characterized by high chemical, thermal and mechanical stability and are therefore superior to polymer membranes in terms of performance and durability.
The research project "RoLiCer" therefore aims to optimize Si3N4 ceramics for rolling and rolling bearing processes with particular regard to the application-specific stresses and to develop models and calculation methods with which concrete predictions of reliability and service life in the application are possible.
In the project, a ceramic material and design solution was developed to substitute the previous graphite support crucibles in the hot zone of mc-Si crystal growth, with which a significant reduction of the impurity input into the Si melt can be achieved.
Development of an economical and serial-production High-performance machining procedure for difficult-to-cut materials by hybrid ultrasonic-assisted cutting
As part of a project funded by the BMBF, two ZTA mixed oxide ceramics were developed based on raw materials with a grain size
in the submicron range.
Ceramics as a futureproof solution for drinking water extraction, treatment, or distribution systems.
Concentrated solar power (CSP), also known as solar thermal electricity (STE), is a promising technology because it directly harnesses the abundant solar energy striking the earth.
The InnoForm project has pursued the goal of establishing alternative molding materials, in particular those made of ceramics or hard material composites for the non-isothermal blank molding of glass components.
Development of high temperature stable crucible components for single crystal growth of nitride semiconductors
Development of a nitride foam ceramic as a graphite substitute for AlN volume crystal growth.
High-performance machining of difficult-to-cut materials through hybrid ultrasonic-assisted cutting. Development of highly thermally conductive diamond-Si3N4 composites