Ultra High Purity Porous Ceramics
Mott’s Ultra High Purity Porous Ceramics can be customized to your application requirements. Ceramic technology offers a wide variety of chemical compatibilities as well as durability in high temperature and pressure applications. Best in class cleanliness is achieved by manufacturing in Class 100 clean room environment with >99.5% pure alumina.
Porous alumina (or aluminum oxide Al2O3) ceramics offer outstanding properties for mechanical strength, wear resistance, and corrosive environments. High purity alumina materials are excellent for making parts for CVD process, ion implants and many other semiconductor process components.
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- Electrostatic Chuck Conduits and Feed Systems
- Ultra High Purity Gas Diffusion
- High Temperature Liquid Filtration
- Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication Components
- CVD Equipment Parts
- Electronic Components and Substrates
- Gas Flow Plugs and Ports
» Maximum Operating Pressure: 5,000 psi
» Maximum Operating Temperature: 2,750°F (1,500°C)
» Maximum Differential Pressure: 1,250 psi
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- Flow/pressure drop curves and filtration efficiency for virtually any design
- Gas compatibility considerations
- Custom filter media, pressure vessel, and fitting material and configurations available
Design Expertise – From start to finish, we customize solutions based on your design parameters – challenge us!
Lab Testing – If you need data packages or feasibility testing for your part prior to installation, we’re happy to work with you. We’ll use our lab center to perform various characterization and performance tests to ensure your parts are meeting strict specifications prior to you receiving them.
Engineering Support – Utilize our project engineers to consult about your process and select the right porous ceramic product design for your application.
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