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Other materials stories that may be of interest

By / September 11, 2012

Here is what we are hearing: Harper contracts with Orbite Aluminae for revolutionary high-purity alumina processing systems Harper International, world leader in thermal processing solutions for advanced materials, announced a new project with Orbite Aluminae Inc. for two high temperature systems in series for conversion of aluminum chloride. Orbite conducted on-site testing at Harper’s Technology…

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / August 31, 2012

Here is what we are hearing: MTC launches high-temperature bimorph range Morgan Technical Ceramics is extending its electro ceramics portfolio, with the launch of a new range of high temperature piezoelectric bimorph components, suitable for sensor and actuator applications in the fields of aerospace, automotive, medical and general industry. Manufactured in the company’s facility in Ruabon,…

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / August 24, 2012

Here is what we are hearing: MTC earns its stripes with revolutionary tube design Morgan Technical Ceramics is promoting its range of striped tubes for the defense sector with an innovative design, offering lower frequency and increased drive for applications where high acoustic transmitting properties are required. Ideal for a variety of defense uses, including anti-submarine…

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Ceramics and glass business news of the week

By / August 2, 2012

Here’s what we are hearing: Morgan Technical Ceramics’ bioceramic hip joints improve quality of life for patients Vitox AMC, an alumina matrix composite bioceramic material for hip joints from Morgan Technical Ceramics, is proven to have exceptionally low wear rates compared with alternative materials. This provides a reliable solution without the potential health risks associated…

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News roundup

By Eileen De Guire / June 19, 2012

Lots happening in our world … Alfred University researchers work with WNY companies on thermoelectric devices Alfred University is working with TAM Ceramics of Niagara Falls and ENrG Inc. of Buffalo to develop ceramic oxide thermoelectric devices (TEG) that could lead to more fuel-efficient cars. Because these thermoelectric devices convert waste heat to usable electricity,…

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