Ferro offers the industry's broadest line of dielectrics, formulations, terminations, electrodes and binders for multilayer ceramic capacitors and other passive components.

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Multilayer Materials

Ferro supplies a wide variety of materials for passive chip component applications including Formulated Dielectrics, Solid State Barium Titanates and an assortment of Functional Oxide, Titanate, Stannate and Zirconate Powders.

Barium Titanates: Ferro manufactures the world's broadest line of solid-state barium titanates used for multilayer and disc capacitors, piezoelectric, EL coatings and embedded capacitors.

Functional Additives and Intermediate Powders: Ferro offers an extensive line of titanate, zirconate, stannate and oxide additives for use in ceramic capacitor dielectric formulations.

Dielectric Formulations for Ceramic Capacitors: Ferro's extensive line of dielectric formulations for ceramic capacitors includes products compatible with precious metal and base metal electrode systems.

High-Frequency Dielectrics: Ferro manufactures dielectric materials for a wide variety of high-frequency applications, including resonators, filters and antennas.

Pastes for Multilayer Components

Ferro offers a broad selection of conductor pastes suitable for many applications in multilayer and chip components. Ferro's in-house metal and glass formulation and R&D enables us to tailor products to meet specific needs, including working closely with customer to develop the optimum application methods such as dipping, drying, firing.

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LTCC formulations for Components

Ferro's glass/ceramic composites have a wide range of K values for use in a variety of LTCC components including High Frequency Ceramic Inductors, Front End Modules, Bluetooth Modules, Antenna Switching Modules, Common Mode Filters, and other devices. Powder forms are available for both wet-stack and tape application processes.

LTCC formulations