Aluminum Oxide Ceramic

Description Properties
Our Aluminum oxide products are the hardest and most rigid of common oxide ceramics. It weighs less than half of most metal alloys, 40 percent as much as steel and it is the cheapest among all kinds of ballistic ceramics.
  • Density: 3.88-3.92 g/cm³
  • Hardness : ≥1500 Gpa
  • Flexural Strength: ≥300 Mpa
  • Compressive Strength: ≥2200 Mpa
  • Elastic Modulus: ≥350 Gpa
  • Fracture Toughness: ≥3 Mpa m½

Reaction-Bonded Silicon Carbide Ceramic (LiTai SiC-RB)

Description Properties
LiTai SiC-RB materials offer excellent strength resistance, high modulus and high sonic velocity. They can be molded to a great variety of shapes and size. For example, monolithic plates of 10” x 12”. In the meantime, our SiC-RB rectangle tiles offer higher-ballistic protection.
  • Density: 3.08-3.12g/cm³
  • Hardness: ≥2400 kgf/mm²
  • Flexural Strength: ≥350 Mpa
  • Compressive Strength: ≥2500 Mp
  • Elastic Modulus: ≥390 Gpa
  • Fracture Toughness: 3.5 Mpa m½

Pressureless-Sintering Silicon Carbide Ceramic (LiTai SiC-DS)

Description Properties
LiTai SiC-DS is a pressureless, sintered form of silicon carbide materials with a density greater than 98 percent theoretical. Our direct-sintered SiC offers better performance advantages on high hardness, light-weight, high strength and design flexibility.
  • Density: 3.1-3.17 g/cm³
  • Hardness: ≥2600 kgf/mm²
  • Flexural Strength: ≥380 Mp
  • Compressive Strength: ≥2700 Mpa
  • Elastic Modulus: ≥400 Gpa
  • Fracture Toughness: 3.0 Mpa m½

Reaction-Bonded Boron Carbide Ceramic (LiTai B4C-RB)

Description Properties
LiTai B4C-RB, the third hardest material known to the Earth, offers lighter-weight than Aluminum oxide and Silicon carbide. Shapes can be rectangle, hexagonal, cylinder etc.
  • Density: 2.55-2.75 g/cm³
  • Hardness: ≥2800 kgf/mm²
  • Flexural Strength: ≥380 Mpa
  • Elastic Modulus: ≥390 Gpa
  • Fracture Toughness: 4.0 Mpa m½