Glass-Ceramic Material is machinable with carbide tools.

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Aremcolox(TM) 502-600 is used to produce thermally insulative and high dielectric components and fixtures used in electrical and electronics applications to 1,100°F. Along with zero porosity, product exhibits compressive strength of 32,000 psi and flexural strength of 14,000 psi. Product, available in rods from ¼-1 in. dia x 18 in. long and plates from 14 x 20 x 1/8-1 in., offers 380 V/mil dielectric strength and 4.08 Btu-in/hr-ft²-°F thermal conductivity.



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New Aremcolox 502-600 Machinable Glass-Ceramic Now Available



Valley Cottage, NY - Janaury 13, 2006

SUMMARY

Aremcolox(TM) 502-600, a new machinable glass-ceramic available from Aremco Products Inc., is now used to produce thermally insulative and high dielectric components and fixtures used in electrical and electronics applications to 1100 oF (593 oC).

FEATURES

Aremcolox(TM) 502-600 is a new, advanced machinable glass-ceramic developed for use in electrical/electronic and high temperature applications to 1100 oF (593 oC). Principal features include outstanding electrical resistance, low thermal conductivity, high mechanical strength, zero porosity, and ease of machinability using carbide tools. Specifications include compressive and flexural strengths of 32,000 and 14,000 psi, respectively; a dielectric strength of 380 volts per mil, dielectric constant of 6.8 @ 1 MHz, and thermal conductivity of 4.08 Btu-in/hr-ft2-oF.

Aremcolox(TM) 502-600 is used typically in high temperature electrical systems. Applications include connector housings, instrument and appliance insulators, coil forms and bobbins, resistor supports, capacitor insulators, and arc barriers. Aremcolox(TM) 502-600 is available from stock in rods from 1/4" to 1" diameter x 18" length and plates from 1/8" to 1" thick x 14" x 20". Custom sizes and parts are also produced to print.

For more information about Aremcoloxtm 502-600, please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department.

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