Heating element ceramics

Heating element ceramics

Table
Heating element ceramics
ceramic material temperature of
maximum use in air
common name chemical formula (°C/°F)
silicon carbide SiC 1,500/2,730
molybdenum disilicide MoSi2 1,800/3,270
lanthanum chromite LaCr2O4 1,800/3,270
zirconia ZrO2 2,200/3,630
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