Technical Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials provides precision-engineered materials, components and sub-assemblies for spectrometric instruments.Get a quote
Our mass spectrometry products are used in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, healthcare, food and environmental safety, geology, research and general industrial applications.
Similar products are also supplied for imaging instruments such as scanning electron and transmission electron microscopes (SEM and TEM) used in semiconductor inspection, healthcare, forensics, geology and research. Other imaging instruments with our products include focused ion beam (FIB) SEM.
Haematology equipment that relies upon ceramics include fluid (such as blood) collection, separation (apheresis) and analysis.
Our advanced ceramic materials offer superior dimensional stability, strength, and stiffness. The resistance of our materials to chemical and physical wear, corrosion and extreme heat makes them ideally suited for use in harsh conditions. Our alumina products have excellent properties for high voltage applications and our material is formulated for bare, metallised and Ni plated products.
Our ceramic manufacturing process is vertically integrated from power spray drying to final tolerance grinding and our metal products (braze alloys, powders, and pastes) manufacturing is vertically integrated from alloying to forming to application, we can control and assure the consistent stringent quality standards that scientific instruments require. Whether these standards require the high-purity specifications that vacuum environments need or extremely tight-tolerance finished ground features. For example, we produce right cylinders with straightness of 10 microinch per inch and roundness less than 20 microinches.
Morgan’s AL-300® has excellent dielectric properties and is specifically designed for high voltage applications. Combined with Morgan’s braze alloy portfolio and brazing expertise, we’re able to produce high quality and reliable brazed assemblies that are used as feedthroughs for SEM/TEM instruments.
Morgan has developed ceramic materials that can be polished to less than 1 helium light band flatness, which is essential to form a hermetic seal between a stator and a rotor. These ceramics are also excellent in wear and corrosion properties, maximising the lifetime of the ceramic valves.