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PTC-2612-I

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 2,200 and a resistivity of 100 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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PTC-2613-I

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 1,600 and a resistivity of 1,000 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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PTC-2650-I

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 3,400 and a resistivity of 5 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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NTC-2114

A negative thermistor paste designed with a beta of 2,125 and a resistivity of 10,000 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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NTC-2115

A negative thermistor paste designed with a beta of 2,500 and a resistivity of 100,000 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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NTC-2116

A negative thermistor paste designed with a beta of 3,100 and a resistivity of 1,000,000 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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PTC-2611

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 4,100 and a resistivity of 10 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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PTC-2650

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 4,000 and a resistivity of 5 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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PTC-2611-I

A positive thermistor paste with a beta of 3,000 and a resistivity of 10 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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NTC-2112

A negative thermistor paste designed with a beta of 725 and a resistivity of 100 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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NTC-2113

A negative thermistor paste designed with a beta of 1,700 and a resistivity of 1,000 ohm/sq. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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3414

A Piezo sensitive resistor with a high gauge factor designed for strain gauge and pressure applications. This material can be fired at 850°C.

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4569

A porous zirconia paste that is designed for use in as a protective overcoat for platinum electrodes in planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with zirconia tape and platinum between 1,450°C and 1,500°C.

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4441

A fugitive paste that is designed to form channels in multi-layer tape structures. This material can also be used to increase post fired porosity when mixed with other inks.

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4492

An alumina dielectric that is designed for use as an insulating layer in planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with zirconia tape and platinum between 1,450°C and 1,500°C.

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5545-LS

A fritted platinum conductor designed for use as a heating element. This material is the thin printing version of 5545 and can be fired between 850°C and 1300°C alumina or zirconia to a thickness of 4 microns.

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5559-B

A platinum paste designed to be co-fired with high temperature ceramic tape to create a high resistance heater. This material is co-fired with alumina or zirconia between 1450°C to 1550°C.

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5575

A platinum paste designed to be co-fired with high temperature ceramic tape to create a via conductors for planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with alumina or zirconia between 1450°C and 1550°C.

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5570

A porous platinum paste designed to be co-fired with zirconia ceramic tape to create the inner and outer electrode in planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with zirconia between 1450°C and 1550°C.

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5571

A platinum paste designed to be co-fired with high temperature ceramic tape to create a resistance heater in planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with alumina or zirconia between 1450°C and 1550°C.

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5572

A platinum paste designed to be the inner electrode in conical oxygen sensors. This material is fired between 1250°C and 1500°C on partially stabilized zirconia substrates.

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5573

A platinum paste designed to be the outer electrode in conical oxygen sensors. This material is fired between 1250°C and 1500°C on partially stabilized zirconia substrates.

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5574

A platinum paste designed to be co-fired with high temperature ceramic tape to create a conductor leads for planar oxygen sensors. This material is co-fired with alumina or zirconia between 1450°C and 1550°C.

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5544

A fritted platinum conductor for use in resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) and resistance heater applications. This material can be fired between 980°C and 1300°C on alumina.

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5545

A fritted platinum conductor designed for use as a resistance heating element. This material can be fired between 850°C and 1300°C on alumina or zirconia.

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5051

A thin printing metallo-organic platinum designed for resistance temperature detectors (RTDs) and other applications. This material fires at 850°C on alumina or glazed ceramic to a fired thickness of 1 micron or less.

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5542

A fritless platinum paste designed to be the inner and outer electrodes in conical oxygen sensors. This material is fired between 950°C and 1300°C on partially stabilized zirconia substrates.

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6642

A RoHS compliant palladium paste designed for use on partially stabilized zirconia (PSZ) for use in oxygen sensors. This material is fired between 1250°C and 1450°C.

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8837-G

A gold paste for creating dense gold films between 2-6 microns that can be etched and gold wire bonded. This material is fired on alumina at 850°C.

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8081-A

A metallo-organic gold paste that is designed to produce fired gold films that are less than 1 micron in fired thickness. This material can be fired between 625°C and 850°C on alumina.

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