XMCERA | Ceramic Sensor Body

Why choose ceramic sensor body

Ceramics have insulation, magnetism, dielectric, electrical conductivity (half conductivity) and other electromagnetic properties.

Compared with metal sensor materials, ceramic sensor materials are mainly characterized by high elastic properties, small hysteresis, and good fatigue resistance, long-term stability and corrosion resistance at small displacement. Before ceramics are broken, the stress-strain relationship is always linear, which is most suitable for the production of elastic components at high temperature. At the same time, the price of ceramic materials is low, so the ceramic materials are highly valued in the sensor materials.

Impeccable stability and durability Long-term Stability corrosion resistance Corrosion Resistance High Elastic Property High Elastic Property

Characters of Ceramic Sensor Body

Ceramic sensor is the choice of ceramic material sensor, by controlling its composition and sintering conditions, the microstructure of ceramics is easy to be adjusted. Microstructure has a significant influence on all properties of ceramics, including their electrical, magnetic, optical, thermal and mechanical properties. 

Ceramic materials are often used in high-temperature processes because of their high temperature resistance and strong resistance to harsh environmental effects.

Ceramics are mainly made from inexpensive materials, which means sensors made from them will also be cheap.

Applications of Ceramic Sensor Body

• Low pressure and high vacuum situations

Ceramic sensors can measure differential pressures of less than 3.5mmHg compared to conventional sensors and can withstand vacuum without damage or degradation of product performance.

• Corrosive situation

The chemical corrosion resistance of ceramic sensor makes the products can be used in almost any acidic situation.

Ceramic Sensor Body Applications