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Discover the fascinating world of ceramic substrates, versatile materials used in a wide range of high-tech applications. From the electronics and semiconductor industries to medical technology, ceramic substrates offer an optimal solution for demanding technological challenges due to their unique properties. Take a closer look at the different uses of ceramic substrates and shed light on why they have become indispensable in areas such as electronics, optoelectronics, automotive and more. Immerse yourself in the world of ceramic substrates and discover how they form the basis for innovative technologies.

Ceramic substrates upon customer request

Upon customer request, we can offer you all geometries in a square or rectangular shape.

Special shapes can also be made.

Small quantities of 10 pieces or more as well as quantities of 10,000 pieces or more can be realized without any problems.



Ceramic substrates standard sizes

If you are looking for a specific size and would like a supplier who can guarantee you the prices, quantities and delivery date, then we look forward to your inquiry.

Thickness: 0.1 - 3mm thickness available for all materials

Dimensions: up to 300 - 300mm available for all materials



Ceramic substrate materials

Possible ceramic substrates that we can offer you are as follows.

  • ZrO2

  • Al2O3 96%

  • Al2O3 99.7%

  • Si3N4

  • SiC

  • AlN



Ceramic substrates zirconium oxide ZrO2

Zirconia ceramic substrate has the characteristics of high hardness, high compressive strength, low coefficient of thermal expansion, etc., and can be stably operated in a high temperature and high pressure environment.

Zirconia ceramic substrates have good chemical stability and electrical insulation and can be widely used in electronics, optoelectronics, thermoelectronics and other fields.

In addition, it has excellent wear resistance and corrosion resistance, can maintain good surface flatness and precision for a long time, and is suitable for various precision machining processes.

As an important base material, zirconia ceramic substrates have broad application prospects in high-tech industries.

Ceramic substrates aluminum oxide Al2O3 - 96%

96% Alumina Ceramic Substrate is a common high-purity alumina ceramic substrate with an alumina content of over 96%. Alumina ceramic substrates have excellent physical and chemical properties and are therefore widely used in the fields of electronics, communications, optoelectronics and electrical power.

The 96% aluminum oxide ceramic substrate has the following properties:

1. High temperature stability: It can maintain stable performance in high temperature environments.

2. High mechanical strength: withstands certain external forces and loads.

3. Good insulation performance: It can be used as an insulating layer of electronic components.

4. Strong corrosion resistance: It can be used stably in harsh environments for a long time.

5. Good dimensional stability: not easy to deform, can meet the needs of precision assembly.

6. Excellent thermal conductivity: Can be used to dissipate heat from high-performance electronic components.

Ceramic substrates silicon nitride Si3N4

Silicon nitride (Si3N4) is an artificial compound synthesized through various chemical reaction methods. The parts are pressed and sintered using sophisticated methods to produce ceramic with unique, outstanding properties. The material is dark gray to black in color and can be polished to a very smooth, reflective surface, giving pieces with an eye-catching appearance.
Silicon nitride outperforms other ceramic materials in resistance to temperature changes. It also offers an excellent combination of low density, high strength, low thermal expansion and good corrosion resistance and fracture toughness.
Silicon nitride is used in numerous industrial applications, such as engine components, bearings and cutting tools.

Ceramic substrates aluminum nitride AlN

Aluminum nitride ceramic substrate is a ceramic substrate made of aluminum nitride (AlN), which has the following characteristics:

1. High thermal conductivity: The thermal conductivity of AlN reaches 180-220 W/(m K), which is several times or even dozens of times higher than traditional ceramic substrates. Therefore, aluminum nitride substrates in high-performance electronic devices and heat dissipation modules have excellent heat dissipation performance and can effectively dissipate heat from the device, thereby improving the operating stability and service life of the device.

2. Excellent electrical insulation: AlN has good insulation properties, high breakdown voltage and low dielectric constant, which can effectively insulate and protect electronic devices.

3. High temperature stability: Because aluminum nitride substrates can maintain the stability of structure and performance in a high temperature environment, they are widely used in high temperature electronic devices, power modules and other fields.

4. High mechanical strength: Due to its high hardness and strength, good compressive and flexural strength, and the fact that it is not easy to crack or deform, aluminum nitride substrates are suitable for applications that must withstand high loads and impacts.

5. Good dimensional stability: AlN has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, which maintains its dimensional stability under high temperatures and cooling processes, which has a positive effect on equipment assembly and consistent performance.

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