Silicate ceramics, the oldest family of ceramics, are multi-phase materials developed from natural silicate sources such as clay, kaolin, feldspar, and soapstone. Today’s silicates — including cordierite, forsterite, mullite, steatite, and technical porcelain — evolved from traditional ceramics and are useful for cost-effective technical applications such as electrical insulators and chemical labware.
- Electrical resistivity
- Thermal shock resistance
CoorsTek helped pioneer the use of engineered ceramics in technical applications, including our robust porcelain labware over the past century. We worked with our customers to develop technical ceramics, driven by real world applications.