Ceramic Insulators suit electrical and thermal environments.

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Machineable ceramic components perform in environments with temperatures to 1,000°C and thermal conductivity to 2,800°C, depending on material. Products offer tolerances to ±.0001 in. as well as flatness and parallelism within ±.0001 in. per 12 in., depending upon part material and configuration. Insulators can be precision machined from Mycalex®, Mykroy®, Arclex®, Grade A LAVA, Boron, Nitride, Macor®, and ceramic filled materials.



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Machined Ceramic Insulators for Extreme Electrical and Thermal Environments


Machinable ceramic components for high voltage and high temperature applications such as electrical- and thermal insulators or fixtures are available from MICA-TRON Products Corp. of Braintree, Massachusetts.

MICA-TRON Ceramic Insulators exhibit superior electrical insulation properties at temperatures up to 1,000°C and high thermal conductivity to 2,800°C, depending upon material. Providing better dimensional stability than engineering plastics, machinable ceramics are effective for manufacturing components and for prototyping in advance of technical ceramics.

Featuring tolerances to ±.0001", flatness and parallelism within ±.0001" per 12", depending upon part material and configuration, MICA-TRON Ceramic Insulators can be precision machined from a wide variety of ceramics including Mycalex®, Mykroy®, Arclex®, Grade A LAVA, Boron, Nitride, Macor®, and ceramic filled materials.

MICA-TRON Ceramic Insulators are priced according to material, complexity, and quantity. Literature and price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

MICA-TRON Products Corp.

Paul Tassinari, Director of Engineering

183 Pearl St.

Braintree, MA 02184

(800) 258-6422 FAX (781) 848-9179

e-mail: info@mica-tron.com

www.mica-tron.com

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