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Advanced ceramic materials have a wide usage in metallurgical applications, automotive industry, aeronautical/space explorations, mechanical engineering, electronic devices as well as medical sectors.

Boron Carbide

B4C
Advanced ceramic materials have a wide usage in metallurgical applications, automotive industry, aeronautical devices, mechanical engineering, electronics as well as medical industry.

Boron Carbide is the 3rd hardest synthetic material after diamond and cubic boron nitride.  Powder form is widely used as raw material for further synthesis reactions as boron source.  It is converted into the hard plaques to provide protection in numerous applications.  Large crystals are also used as abrasives.
Pavezyum initiated the B4C production at the beginning of 2021.

Titanium Diboride

TiB2
Military Grade and High Purity TiB2 Powders
Sustainable Production Line
High Electrical and Thermal Conductivity
Highest Melting Point among Borides
Oxidation Resistance under air up to 1100C

Chemical Analysis

TiB2 96 – 99 %
TiC 0.2 – 0.8 % max.
Carbon 0.80 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Low micron particles ( 3 – 12 μm)

Titanium Carbide

TiC
High Wear and Corrosion Resistance
Abrasion resistance
Al-Alloy Hardening compound
Heat Shield Resistance Material

Chemical Analysis

TiC 98 – 99 %
Carbon 0.5 – 1.5 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size: 8-13 µm

Zirconium Diboride

ZrB2
Military Grade and High Purity ZrB2 Powders
Ultra High Temperature Ceramic Materials

Chemical Analysis

ZrB2 92 – 94 %
ZrC 0.8 – 1.8 % max.
Carbon 0.80 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Low micron particles ( 12 – 18 μm)

Zirconium Carbide

ZrC
Ultra High Temperature Ceramics
CerMat Component
High Corrosion Resistance at High Temperatures

Chemical Analysis

ZrC 97 – 98 %
C 0.8 %
Oxides 1.50 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size  10 – 18 μm, DLS – d50

Magnesium Diboride

MgB2
Superconductor Material at 39K
Superconductivity at Higher Applicable temperatures
such as Liquid Hydrogen Range

Chemical Analysis

MgB2 98 – 98.5 %
MgO 0.6 – 0.8 % max.
Mg-B Mix Phases 0.30 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size: 28 – 35 μm

Aluminum Diboride

AlB2
Used in semiconductors and superconductors
Super Hard Ceramic
Ultra Incompressible Material
Military Grade Product

Chemical Analysis

AlB2 95 – 97 %
Al2O3 0.2 – 0.8 % max.
Carbon 0.80 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Different Particle Size range can be prepared ( 10 – 120 μm)

Aluminium Dodecaboride

AlB12
Military Grade AlB12 Powders
Sustainable Production Line
Ultra Hard Ceramic Material
Energetic Material

Chemical Analysis

AlB12 95 – 97 %
Al2O3 0.2 – 0.8 % max.
Carbon 0.80 % max.

Physical Characteristics

Different Particle Size range can be prepared ( 10 – 120 μm)

Boron Nitride

BN
Ultra High Temperature Ceramics
CerMat Component
High Corrosion Resistance at High Temperatures

Chemical Analysis

BN 99.1 – 99.7 %
Al2O0.2 – 0.8 %
B2O0.1%

Physical Characteristics

Particle Size  3 – 15 μm, DLS – d50
Particle size adjustment can be done upon request

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