High Density Magnesium Oxide (Typical Chemical Analysis)
High Density Magnesium Oxide (Typical Reactivity Analysis)
Typical Reactivity Analysis
Alumina 96% and 99.8% Purity (Typical Reactivity Analysis)
Aremcolox™ 502-1600 Hot-Pressed Boron Nitride Machining Instructions
Aremcolox™ 502-1600 Hot-Pressed Boron Nitride (Typical Reactivity Analysis)
Aremcolox™ 502-1600 Hot-Pressed Boron Nitride (Typical Chemical Analysis)
Bonding application for Ceramabond™ 503
A new product introduction for the thermal spray functional coating industry seeks to solve a major problem there: micro porosity. Ceramacoat™ 503-VFG-C is a high temperature, ceramic-based sealant used to fill the micro porosity in various thermal spray coatings.
Method for Preparing Otoliths for Microstructure Examination
Compatibility of Crystalbond™ 509-S Stripper with various materials
Utilizing Aremco Ultra-Temp™ 516 to mount crystal wafers prior to heating to 1400ºK
In this case study Ultra-Temp™ 516 and Ceramabond™ 571 are used improve performance of solid oxide fuel cells.
Test data developed according to ASTM E-595 for Aremco-Bond™ 526N, 631 and 2315 regarding outgassing of these products in a vacuum.
Chemical resistance of submerged parts for 6 months in various acids, bases, salts, organic fluids and water.
In this case study Ceramabond™ 552 is used in the construction of solid oxide fuel cells.
In this case study Ceramabond™ 552-VFG is used in the construction of solid oxide fuel cells.
Chemical resistance of submerged parts for 6 months in various acids, Alkalis, salts and organic fluids.
Aremco-Bond™ 570 used to mount high-temperature magnetostrictive sensors.
Ceramacast™ 584-OF used as a high temperature, high strength gasket
Graphi-Coat™ 623 used as a coating to protect graphite electrodes from oxidation
Sealing Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – 3
In this case study Ceramabond™ 668 is used in the construction of solid oxide fuel cells.
Spectral Normal Emissivity of HiE-Coat™ 840-C From 300ºC to 900ºC.
Spectral Normal Emissivity of HiE-Coat™ 840-CM From 300 ºC to 900 ºC Using The SNEHT Method.
Spectral Normal Emissivity of HiE-Coat™ 840-MS From 300 ºC to 500 ºC Using The SNEHT Method.
Spectral Normal Emissivity of HiE-Coat™ 840-M From 300 ºC to 800 ºC Using The SNEHT Method.
HiE-Coat™ 840-M used to control temperature variations on the disk surface in high temperature and high vacuum tribometers
Used to Prepare Carbon Nanotubes
Chemical resistance of Pyro-Putty™ 950 to Perchlorethylene, Methyl ethyl Ketone, Toluene, Toluol, Acetone, Mineral Spirits, Methanol, HCl, HNO3, H2SO4 and 52% HF.
Product Usage Endorsement
Review By MuscleCar Magazine February/March 1995, “How to repair exhaust manifold damage with new Pyro-Putty”
Review By Skinned Knuckles Magazine Vol. 29 – No. 9, Testing Pyro-Putty™ 2400
Pyro-Putty™ 2400 used to repair Studebaker disk brakes
Chemical Resistance of Silicone Resins used in CP40xx, CP40xx-S and CP40xx-S1 silicone-ceramic coatings.
This study illustrates how CP4010 extends the service life of cement kilns, chimney stacks and similar vessels.
Application Guidelines for High Temperature Coatings
A common requirement for high temperature joining is to produce hermetic seals in the range of 500–1000 ºC. Producing a hermetic seal using a ceramic adhesive is very difficult to achieve. The following criteria must be observed to achieve the best sealing results with Aremco’s ceramic adhesives.
Methods for preparing a surface to assure a high strength bond.