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Pyrolytic Boron Nitride

The Applications of Pyrolytic Boron Nitride

PBN is a high-purity ceramic with excellent chemical resistance and strength at high temperatures. Pyrolytic Boron Nitride is used in crucibles to produce compound semiconductors and molecular-beam epitaxy, which make use of its characteristics. The extent of potential uses of…

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Boron Nitride Nozzles For Powder Metallurgy

Boron Nitride Nozzles For Powder Metallurgy

Boron Nitride machinable ceramic is made by hot pressing Boron Nitride powders at high temperature and pressure.  Boron Nitride Ceramic can easily be machined into rods, bars, plates and even intricate custom shapes. Boron Nitride’s high chemical resistance against a vast…

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Boron Nitride Ceramic For Vacuum Furnace

Boron Nitride Crucibles For High-Temperature Furnace

A typical design of high-temperature furnaces operating at temperatures significantly higher than 1600°C incorporates heating elements manufactured from graphite, tungsten, or molybdenum disilicide. There is a need to electrically insulate these heating elements from the furnace environment using high-temperature ceramics.…

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Boron Nitride Plate For PVD CVD And Plasma Systems

Boron Nitride Plate For PVD CVD and Plasma Systems

Boron Nitride Plate For PVD CVD and Plasma Systems The unique combination of highly exceptional thermal, physical, and chemical characteristics of Boron Nitride ceramic makes it ideal for solving tough challenges in a wide range of industrial applications. Boron Nitride…

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PBN Crucibles

PBN Crucibles For Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE)

Molecular Beam Epitaxy is the main growth technics of Ⅲ-Ⅴ and Ⅱ-Ⅵ compound semiconductors. Under the suitable substrate and situation, it grows the thin film along the direction of the substrate’s crystal axis by layers. Beam source crucibles are required…

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Boron Nitride Nozzles For Molten Metal Atomizing - Innovacera (1)

Boron Nitride Nozzles for Molten Metal Atomizing

Molten metal atomization is a process that is used to fabricate powders of metals from their melt. In a typical atomizer, the liquid metal is poured down a nozzle into a large chamber while being simultaneously sprayed on by high-pressure…

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