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41030-T

An insulating dielectric tape designed to be laminated to a 430 type stainless steel. This material is fired at 850°C to give a dense body with a high break down voltage.

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41030-T-200

41030-T-200 is designed to be applied to a 430 type stainless steel substrate. This material can be fired at 850°C to give a dense body with high break down voltage.

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41110-T

A low temperature ceramic transfer tape (LTTT) designed to be laminated to an alumina substrate with a dielectric constant (k) of 5. This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41020-T

A RoHS compliant, low temperature ceramic transfer tape (LTTT) designed to be laminated to an alumina substrate to apply a thick layer of dielectric glass (k=7.5). This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41010-T

A low temperature ceramic transfer tape (LTTT) designed to be laminated to an alumina substrate to apply a thick layer of dielectric glass (k=7.5). This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41110

A RoHS compliant, low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) tape that is used in microwave applications requiring a dielectric constant (k) of 7. This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41060

A low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) tape that is used in microwave applications requiring a dielectric constant (k) of 16. This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41050

A low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) tape that is used in microwave applications requiring a dielectric constant (k) of 13. This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41010

A low temperature co-fire ceramic (LTCC) tape that is used in microwave applications requiring a dielectric constant (k) of 7.5. This material is co-fired with silver or gold pastes between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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41020

A RoHS compliant, low temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) tape that is used in microwave applications that require a dielectric constant (k) of 7.5. This material fires between 850°C and 875°C to give a dense body.

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40012

A ferrite tape with a permeability of >500 for multi-layer and high frequency applications. This material can be co-fired with a silver at 885°C to create a dense body.

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40011

A ferrite tape with a permeability of >200 for multi-layer and high frequency applications. This material can be co-fired with a silver at 885°C to create a dense body.

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44009

A 96% alumina, high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) tape. This material can be co-fired with platinum or other base metal at 1500°C to give a dense white colored ceramic.

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44007

A 99.99% alumina, high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) tape. This material can be co-fired with platinum or other base metal at 1550°C to give a dense white colored ceramic.

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49000

A fugitive tape that is designed to be co-fired with zirconia or alumina green tape for use in planar oxygen sensors. This material is designed to be burned out in the temperature range of 600°C to 700°C.

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49010

A monoclinic zirconia for use as a release liner between green ceramic parts and kiln furniture during firing process.

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40010

A ferrite tape with a permeability of >60 for multi-layer and high frequency applications. This material can be co-fired with a silver at 885°C to create a dense body.

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42421

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) that is a blend of nickel oxide and yttria stabilized zirconia. This material is co-fired with nickel oxide support anode and zirconia electrolyte to form the function anode in an anode supported solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

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42401

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) fully stabilized zirconia (8 mol.% yttria) tape that is 125 microns in thickness. This material is fired between 1450°C and 1550°C to form the electrolyte in an electrolyte supported solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

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42420

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) that is a blend of nickel oxide and yttria stabilized zirconia. This material is co-fired with nickel oxide support anode and zirconia electrolyte to form the function anode in an anode supported solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

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42000

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) partially stabilized zirconia (3 mol.% yttria) tape that is used in pressure sensors. This material is fired between 1400°C and 1500°C to give a dense white colored ceramic.

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42020

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) partially stabilized zirconia (5 mol.% yttria) tape that is used in planar oxygen sensors. The material is co-fired with platinum pastes between 1450°C and 1550°C to yield a dense white colored ceramic.

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42400

A high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) fully stabilized zirconia (8 mol.% yttria) tape that is 15 microns in thickness. This material is co-fired with nickel oxide tapes between 1450°C and 1550°C to form the electrolyte in an anode supported solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).

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