Greater strength and durability.
Better corrosion and chemical resistance.
Making it highly compatible with most process materials.
Smaller environmental risk.
Higher temperature and pressure operating capacities.
Alumina is generally composed of an aluminum and oxygen compound and is employed in medical ceramic applications because it is typically well-tolerated by body tissue. It is also suitable as a surgical implant because it is a very tough and hard material, and does not wear easily. Alumina is generally composed of minuscule tightly packed crystals. The composition results in a ceramic product that is fracture-resistant, which is crucial to safety as well as the maximum wear of an implant.
From powder to parts, Tensky make these advanced ceramics typically used for sensor components.These ceramic housing are manufactured at our state-of-art dry pressing machines in our Iso certified in house facility. Because of their unique construction and ceramic’s chemically inert nature, ceramic pressure sensors can withstand harsh atmospheric conditions without sacrificing performance. Robust, reliable, and washable, they are a durable and cost-effective solution to a variety of demanding applications.