Ceramic substrates and metallized ceramic substrates are materials that are commonly used in the electronics industry for their thermal and electrical properties.
Ceramic substrates are made of ceramics, such as alumina, aluminum nitride, or silicon carbide, that have high thermal conductivity and good electrical insulation properties. These substrates can be used as a base for mounting electronic components, such as microprocessors and sensors, and can also serve as a thermal management solution by dissipating heat away from the components.
Metallized ceramic substrates are ceramic substrates that have been coated with a metal layer, such as copper or gold, using a metallization process. This layer of metal serves as a conductive path for electrical signals and can also act as a thermal conductor to further improve the heat dissipation capabilities of the substrate.
Metallized ceramic substrates can also be used for various applications in the electronics industry, such as for high-frequency circuits, power modules, and RF/microwave components.
We supply a range of ceramic substrates used in the electronics industry such as Alumina- Al2O3, Aluminum Nitride- AlN, Beryllium Oxide- BeO, Silicon Carbide- SiC and Si+SiC, Silicon Nitride- Si3N4, Zirconia Oxide- ZrO2.
The ceramic substrates are supplied with standard sizes and thicknesses or as customized parts. Ceramic substrates are thermally and chemically stable, have good mechanical properties and electrical isolation and high thermal conductivity.