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MEDICAL RESEARCH

Advanced technical ceramics are becoming more prevalent in the field of medical and cancer research. Ceramics have many properties that make them ideal to be used in the application of medical and cancer research because they are non-magnetic, do no conduct electricity and do not out-gas. In medical research it is vital that the products used are reliable as the slightest variation in accuracy is unacceptable and ceramics are known for their reliability and consistency in applications. In the medical field research machines and parts often endure very high voltages and temperatures when they are in use and ceramic parts can withstand these without incurring any damage or reduction in functionality. Ceramics are chosen for their critical functionality and reliable performance in the field. Properties such as appearance and electrical insulation are also a concern for specific biomedical applications. Flexural strength Biocompatibility Chemical resistance Density and stiffness (Young’s modulus) Compressive strength Electrical insulation Dielectric strength Hardness Corrosion resistance Food compatibility Piezo-electricity and dynamics Temperature resistance Thermal shock and fluctuation resistance Metalization (joining technology) Wear resistance Thermal expansion Thermal insulation Thermal conductivity
Precision Ceramics Europe Limited - Registered in Ireland Company Number: 676184 © MMXXI - Precision Ceramics Europe Limited - All Rights Reserved | Sitemap
Precision Ceramics Europe Limited Unit 31 Eurobase Park, IDA Industrial Estate Cork Road, Waterford, X91 EH5N Ireland Tel: +353 51 550 480 Email: info@precision-ceramics.eu

MEDICAL

RESEARCH

Advanced technical ceramics are becoming more prevalent in the field of medical and cancer research. Ceramics have many properties that make them ideal to be used in the application of medical and cancer research because they are non-magnetic, do no conduct electricity and do not out-gas. In medical research it is vital that the products used are reliable as the slightest variation in accuracy is unacceptable and ceramics are known for their reliability and consistency in applications. In the medical field research machines and parts often endure very high voltages and temperatures when they are in use and ceramic parts can withstand these without incurring any damage or reduction in functionality. Ceramics are chosen for their critical functionality and reliable performance in the field. Properties such as appearance and electrical insulation are also a concern for specific biomedical applications. Flexural strength Biocompatibility Chemical resistance Density and stiffness (Young’s modulus) Compressive strength Electrical insulation Dielectric strength Hardness Corrosion resistance Food compatibility Piezo-electricity and dynamics Temperature resistance Thermal shock and fluctuation resistance Metalization (joining technology) Wear resistance Thermal expansion Thermal insulation Thermal conductivity