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Morgan Advanced Materials has highlighted the benefits of its active brazing alloy (ABA) process to join metals to ceramics in a variety of applications where conventional metallisation and brazing are either costly or impractical.
Morgan Advanced Materials (Morgan) announces its new P-59 ceramic core material, a high-silica core type with a fine particle size distribution. The P-59 material is a development of P-52 and represents a breakthrough into the high stability realm of materials. P-59 is intended for Directionally Solidified (DS) and Single Crystal (SX) applications with thin cross sections that P-52 and P-57 core material cannot fill.
A substantial six-figure investment by Morgan Advanced Materials in both people and equipment at its UK-based Certech® sites is further enhancing the company’s offering to industrial sectors including aerospace and industrial gas turbines.
A high-specification alternative to glass, already established in critical applications in the aerospace and defence sectors, is now being offered for a variety of industrial applications by Morgan Advanced Materials.
Morgan Advanced Materials’ Seals and Bearings business offers superior quality axial and radial seal components for applications with severe service conditions. Morgan’s components are highly thermally conductive and resist corrosion due to their rugged construction from carbon, graphite, and silicon carbon-based materials. They perform reliably under stress and can be tailored to best fit individual applications.
Developed for high-energy pulsed Q-switching infrared laser applications, a new, high-absorption samarium oxide glaze from Morgan Advanced Materials means it is now able to offer three grades of glaze for laser systems.
Morgan Advanced Materials announces advances in their range of materials grown using chemical vapor deposition (CVD) processes. Morgan’s CVD Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Pyrolytic Boron Nitride (PBN) materials are ideal for use in semiconductor applications, including rapid thermal processing and plasma etch process chamber components, as well as metalorganic CVD tools for high-brightness white LED manufacturing using the indium gallium nitride process.
Morgan Advanced Materials (Morgan) has launched a new service providing high-voltage ceramic-to-metal feedthroughs capable of performing with voltages in excess of 100kV DC while also withstanding pressures of up to 1,700 bar (25,000 psi).
A strategic and mutually beneficial partnership between Morgan Advanced Materials’ Certech® business and one of the world’s premier manufacturers of turbine blades continues to go from strength to strength as it enters its third decade.
Dr Chris Jackson, Technical Manager at Morgan Advanced Materials’ Certech® business, explains why it is important to choose the appropriate ceramic core material for any given casting application, and describes the properties and potential uses of relevant materials.