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Method quickly infiltrates ceramic foams with molten metal to create stable cermet composites

By April Gocha / January 31, 2017

A team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed a current-activated pressure-assisted infiltration method that can quickly and efficiently combine ceramics and metals into stable, high-performance cermet composites.

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / January 20, 2012

Here is what we are hearing: Spanish ceramic tile manufacturers are, once again, the largest presence at the trade fair February 7-10 are the dates for the 30th edition of the International Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Equipment Fair, CEVISAMA at the Feria Valencia centre. The fair is already an international point of reference for the…

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MesoCoat to break ground on cermet cladding and coating manufacturing plant

By / April 5, 2011

Schematic of MecoCoat’s high energy density fusion cladding process for a pipe. Credit: MesoCoat.   If Andrew Sherman, CEO of MesoCoat Inc. were channeling Mark Twain, he might offer his own interpretation of the humorist’s famous quip with “Reports of the death of U.S. manufacturing are greatly exaggerated.” However, Sherman hasn’t got time to riff on…

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Nanoceramic particles: The new Slick 50?

By / September 19, 2008

Is it really true that everything “new” in engines is old? Some days it seems that way. Today we received word of a nanoceramic oil additive for combustion engines (and other mechanical-friction applications) from CerMetLab that offers itself as a way to reduce metal-on-metal friction and improve fuel economy and efficiency by 15 percent. Does…

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