Metalized Ceramics

Metalized ceramics, also known as metallized ceramics, involve the fusion of ceramic materials with a metallic coating or layer. This process combines the beneficial properties of ceramics, such as high temperature resistance, hardness, and electrical insulation, with the conductivity and other attributes provided by the metallic layer. The result is a material that exhibits a combination of both ceramic and metallic properties, making it highly versatile and suitable for a wide range of applications.
Metallization is the process of applying a thin layer of metal to a ceramic substrate. There are several techniques used for metallization, including:
Thin film metallization: A variety of physical and chemical vapor deposition (PVD/CVD) techniques are used to deposit a very thin layer of metal (typically less than 5 microns) onto the ceramic surface. Common techniques include sputtering, evaporation, and plating.
Thick film metallization: A paste or ink containing metal particles is applied to the ceramic surface and then fired at high temperature. This process creates a relatively thick layer of metal (typically 25 to 50 microns).

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