Thick Film Dielectric Materials for High Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic (HTCC) Applications
Ferro offers thick-film dielectric materials including alumina dielectric pastes and fugitive pastes for use in various HTCC applications.
We provide low loss alumina dielectric materials (electrical insulators) for HTCC applications that range from conventional insulators in electrical and microelectronic encapsulation and ceramic electronic packaging to applications where dielectric properties are controlled for active device architectures including rectifiers, semiconductors, transducers, capacitors, and transformers.
All Ferro dielectric materials for use in various high-temperature co-firing applications are manufactured to be lead-free, cadmium-free and phthalate-free. All our dielectric materials for HTCC applications all are formulated to be RoHs and REACH compliant.
FERRO ALUMINA DIELECTRIC MATERIALS FOR HIGH TEMPERATE CO-FIRED CERAMICS (HTCC) APPLICATIONS
|THICK FILM CONDUCTORS and MATERIALS||DESCRIPTION||TYPICAL APPLICATIONS|
|4441 Fugitive Paste||Fugitive paste composition that burns out cleanly at 850°C||Can be used to form channels in multilayer tape structures, or to increase porosity when mixed with other inks|
|4530-B Alumina Dielectric Paste||Alumina thick film dielectric paste with high-temperature insulator composition||Used to insulate the heater from the sensor circuit for use in sensors|
HTCC DIELECTRIC MATERIALS PRODUCT INFORMATION
VALUE ADDED SERVICES
Ferro has over 20 years of history in designing and manufacturing thick film materials and products formulated specifically for high temperature co-fired ceramics (HTCC) applications.
Successful processing and firing of multilayer co-fired structures utilized in various sensors require knowledge of dimensional stability during layer build and printing, shrinkage during firing, and the necessary firing regime to ensure that flat, blister-free parts are produced. Our customers can leverage our prototype-building equipment and expertise in these processing aspects.
We also provide training at our own facilities or on-site at our customers’ locations, with comprehensive programs that cover most aspects of sensor manufacturing including materials, equipment, prototype building, testing, and evaluation processes.