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Optoelectronics
28th July 2015
Alumina-based ceramic reflectors target solid-state lasers

Morgan Advanced Material's Technical Ceramics business has expanded its capabilities in producing standard and customised high reflectance ceramic cavities in laser reflectors. The high performance alumina-based ceramic reflectors for solid-state lasers are suited for a wide variety of industrial and healthcare applications, including cutting and welding, marking or even hair and tattoo removal.

Component Management
17th July 2014
Bonding technique features high tensile strength

A ceramic-to-ceramic bonding technique, suitable for use in demanding and high-pressure fluid handling and vacuum applications, has been released by Morgan. Using a preparatory formulation applied to one or both faces of the parts to be joined, the bonding technique delivers high tensile strength.

Design
15th July 2013
A new world of treatment

This ES Design magazine article explores how implantable pulse generators are helping to stimulate the medical device industry. By John Antalek, Medical Unit Business Manager for MTC-Alberox, and Mark Bartrum, Transducer Design Manager for the ElectroCeramics business of Morgan Technical Ceramics.

Analysis
4th March 2013
Morgan Technical Ceramics to meet increasing demand for ultrasonic metering with new production facility

Morgan Technical Ceramics has responded to growing global demand for ultrasonic domestic utility metering by expanding its operations in the UK to incorporate a new production facility for piezoelectric ceramic discs, which can be used in heat, gas and water metering applications.

Frequency
4th January 2013
Morgan Ceramics launches new high power RF capacitor range

Morgan Technical Ceramics has extended its product portfolio with the launch of a series of high power radio frequency capacitors, which minimise the impact of temperature upon their performance. Morgan Technical Ceramics releases the K36 and K77 dielectric materials.

Analysis
24th October 2012
Morgan Technical Ceramics showcases innovative ceramic materials at Electronica 2012

Morgan Technical Ceramics will showcase its extensive capabilities within the electronics industry on stand 511 in Hall B5 at Electronica 2012, to be held at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from 13-16 November 2012.

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