Thermal Conductivity RT (W/m°K) ASTM C408

Value Material Description
2.50

Izory® (Mg-PSZ)
Izory®

Mg-PSZ , TTZ, Izory® and Izory®X is designed for applications requiring low internal and external surface concentrations of defects and has the best resistance to impact or fracture. Izory® components have proven their cost-effective use versus metals for well over 25 years. View Material
2.50

Izory® (Mg-PSZ)
Izory® X

Mg-PSZ , TTZ, Izory® and Izory®X is designed for applications requiring low internal and external surface concentrations of defects and has the best resistance to impact or fracture. Izory® components have proven their cost-effective use versus metals for well over 25 years. View Material
2.50

Izory® (Mg-PSZ)
Izory® Gold

Mg-PSZ , TTZ, Izory® and Izory®X is designed for applications requiring low internal and external surface concentrations of defects and has the best resistance to impact or fracture. Izory® components have proven their cost-effective use versus metals for well over 25 years. View Material
2.18

YTZP
Sintered

YTZP Zirconia exists in three different phases: monoclinic, tetragonal, and cubic. YTZP is produced almost entirely as crystalline tetragonal zirconia by incorporating about 3 mol percent yttria, or about 5 weight percent. View Material
2.18

YTZP
Dark HIPed

YTZP Zirconia exists in three different phases: monoclinic, tetragonal, and cubic. YTZP is produced almost entirely as crystalline tetragonal zirconia by incorporating about 3 mol percent yttria, or about 5 weight percent. View Material
2.18

YTZP
HIPed

YTZP Zirconia exists in three different phases: monoclinic, tetragonal, and cubic. YTZP is produced almost entirely as crystalline tetragonal zirconia by incorporating about 3 mol percent yttria, or about 5 weight percent. View Material
6.00

ATZ
HIPed

ATZ is produced by combining approximately 80% YTZP (almost entirely as crystalline tetragonal zirconia) with 20% fine grained alumina. The fracture toughness of the metastable tetragonal phase is enhanced by the introduction of the fine grained alumina into the structure. View Material