M.E.SCHUPP ® fibrous alumina
Insulation Boards up to 1,850°C

• M.E.SCHUPP ® -UltraBoards and M.E.SCHUPP ® -UltraVacs are rigid high temperature fibrous insulating materials made out of polycrystalline alumina fibre and special inorganic fibres and binders (also available as prefired boards). As they have high flexural strength under high temperature, are light in weight and strong against thermal shock, they are suitable as an insulation material for fast heating and cooling condition such as high temperature electric furnace lining. M.E.SCHUPP ® -UltraBoards and M.E.SCHUPP ® -UltraVacs have been very widely used in heat processing equipment in the manufacture of various technical ceramics, PM an electronic parts. All grades are also available in high purity grades. Na2O (Sodium Oxide) and Fe2O3 (Ferrum Oxide) are drastically reduced for semiconductor and advanced industry.

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Ceramics, Silicon, Epoxy Coatings , and Adhesives for application beetween 200°C and 1800°C.

• Aremco's high temperature ceramic adhesives are unique inorganic formulations for bonding and sealing ceramics, metals, quartz, graphites, textiles and composite materials used in design, process and maintenance applications to 3200 °F. These advanced materials, which exhibit high thermal and electrical resistance, enable engineers to solve problems that were impossible previously using conventional
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Machineable Ceramics :
Alumina, Aluminum silicates, Aluminum Nitride, Boron Nitride, Zirconium Phosfate

• Aremco offers a broad range of machinable and fully-dense ceramic materials for applications in which high temperature insulation, thermal shock resistance and high
dielectric strength are required. Aremcolox™ and Super-Heat ceramics include compositions based on alumina, alumino-silicates, boron nitride, glass-ceramics, magnesium oxide and zirconium phosphate. Production capabilities include isostatic and dry pressing, low pressure injection molding, extrusion, slip-casting, and CNC machining.
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