Aerospace

In the aerospace industry, advanced ceramics are sought for their reliability over time and, in particular, their ability to withstand extreme conditions, such as:

* High temperatures

* Rate of use

* Operation under high electrical voltage

* Significant vibration

* Corrosion

"Ceramic cores" are also used for their refractory property and their resistance to metal casting during the casting process used to create the complex cavities for turbine blades and aircraft engines.

Applications / Constraints

  • Thermocouple sensors
  • Temperature, pressure sensors
  • Fire detector feedthroughs
  • Turbine blades (hot part)
  • Space structures such as heat shields, leading edges or the noses of rockets
  • Satellite battery covers
  • Pyrotechnic initiators
Raw material
Finished product

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