What is Mykroy/Mycalex?
Ceramic materials mold like plastics, have a coefficient of thermal expansion close to many metals, and possess electrical and thermal properties superior to most organic plastics.
These dense, rigid materials are easily machined. They are also impervious to moisture, are arc resistant and can withstand thermal cycling and nuclear radiation. Unlike organic materials, they do not outgas, smoke or burn.
Mykroy/Mycalex materials have continuous operating temperature ranges of -459 degrees F to +1300 degrees F. They are produced in sheet and rod form as well as machined parts to meet specific customer specifications. They are also moldable, like plastic, and can even accept metal inserts during molding.
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Properties and Availabilities for the Mykroy/Mycalex Sheet
|Molds and machines much like a plastic but has exceptional dimensional stability||Sheet, rod, and molded|
|Can be machined to precise tolerances and into complicated shapes with conventional tooling|
|Can be used in high or low temperature applications from -400 degrees F to 1300 degrees F|
|Excellent electrical and thermal insulator|
|Impervious to moisture (zero porosity)|
|Good physical strength & impact resistant|
|Able to withstand thermal cycling and nuclear radiation|
|A proven replacement for asbestos filled materials|
Applications for the Mykroy/Mycalex Sheet
|Power station panel components||Jet engine thermocouples||Laser components|
|Insulators requiring high dielectric||Coil forms & bobbins||Semiconductor test fixtures|
|Connectors||Electric connectors||Inspection fixtures|
|Microwave components||Motor insulating spacers||Encoding memory devices|
|Relay spacers||Plasma engines||Mechanical supports|
|Feed through insulators||High-temperature instrumentation||Burn in carriers & sockets|
|Commutators||Spacers & washers||Telemetering devices|
|Condenser terminals, covers, dielectrics||High-temperature terminal blocks|
|Switches & switchgear insulators||Thermal insulators|