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Carbides

Carbide technical ceramics are compounds including Carbon without Oxygen. They are extremely hard, and offer outstanding high temperature strength in non-oxidizing atmospheres. Carbides do exhibit among the highest thermal conductivity and also with lower electrical resistivity.

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Boron Carbide is a synthetic material that ranks in hardness behind only Cubic Boron Nitride and Diamond. It is the hardest material produced in...

Silicon Carbide is industrially produced by sintering, reaction bonding, crystal growth, and chemical vapor deposition (CVD). Silicon carbide offers low density and high stiffness, as...

Silicon Carbide is among the hardest of ceramics, and retains hardness and strength at elevated temperatures, which translates into among the best wear resistance also.  Additionally, SiC has a high...

Silicon Carbide is among the hardest of ceramics, and retains hardness and strength at elevated temperatures, which translates into among the best wear resistance also.  Additionally, SiC has a high...

Tungsten carbide (chemical formula: WC) is an inorganic chemical compound (specifically, a carbide) containing equal parts of tungsten and carbon atoms. In its most basic form, tungsten carbide is a...

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