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Zirconium oxide occurs as monoclinic, tetragonal and cubic crystal forms. Densely sintered parts can be manufactured as cubic and/or tetragonal crystal forms. In order to stabilise these crystal structures, stabilisers such as magnesium oxide (MgO), calcium oxide (CaO) or yttrium oxide (Y2O3) need to be added to the ZrO2.
Other stabilisers sometimes used are cerium oxide (CeO2), scandium oxide (Sc2O3) or ytterbium oxide (Yb2O3).
FUBOON is good at yttria stabilized zirconia. Unlike other ceramic materials, zirconia is a material with very high resistance to crack propagation. Zirconium oxide ceramics also have very high thermal expansion and are therefore often the material of choice for joining ceramic and steel.
high fracture toughness
thermal expansion similar to cast iron
extremely high bending strength and tensile strength
high resistance to wear and to corrosion
low thermal conductivity
The range of applications for our zirconia ceramic used as nozzles,
sleeves, shafts, cutters in Industry as below;
Paper Production Machines
Sand Mill Machines
Pump and Fittings
Electrical and Electronic
Products made from Zirconia
Bearing Technology in Automotive Engineering
Cutter for textile machines
Seal Rings, Bearings and Sealing
Wire Drawing, Components for
Zirconium Oxide-stabilized Substrates
Zirconia Ball Valves
Zirconia ceramics components,ceramic blade,ceramic tube
Metallized Ceramics for Vacuum interrupters,Ceramic precision ball