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Industrial Ceramic Components
With 65 years of experience as an advanced ceramic components manufacturer, and billions of ceramic components produced, Elan Technology engineers have overcome a variety of technical challenges to help develop solutions for our customers.
We offer a range of steatite and alumina ceramic materials with properties such as corrosion resistance, wear resistance, electrical insulation and resistance to thermal shock.
Elan Technology ceramic components are applied in a variety of industries.
- Resource Exploration, Recovery, and Storage
- Industrial Ceramic Components
Glass Preforms & Components
Glass preforms & components are used in glass-to-metal sealing applications. Glass preforms are produced from our proprietary electronic glass formulations.
Glass-to-Metal Hermetic Seal
The Elan 46 ceramic glass composite has unique properties that allow for the ability to vary the coefficient of thermal expansion and can therefore form hermetic seals with a variety of metals.
Each of our glass materials has been developed with properties for specific applications. We offer a wide range of working temperatures, densities and expansions.
Glass Ceramic Composite Components
Our Elan 46 glass ceramic composite is an innovative material designed to be used in sealing applications as a replacement for alumina to produce glass-to-metal hermetic seals.
Elan Technology glass materials are used in a wide variety of applications:
- Glass Preforms & Components
- Spray Drying
Elan Technology Spray Dryer Process
Spray drying technology allows various materials to be combined and then processed into a homogeneous, free-flowing powder. Learn more about the spray dryer technology used at Elan Technology.
Contract Toll Spray Drying
Elan Technology has over 30 years of experience in spray drying glasses, ceramics, catalysts, dyes, mold powders, detergents, metallic powders, and many more industrial materials.
- Elan Technology Spray Dryer Process
- About Us
We offer electronic glasses for sealing to all standard metals and can customize glasses for specific applications. Below are our glass recommendations for the most common metals.
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