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Electronic components produced from silicon carbide have better properties compared to ordinary semiconductor materials (e.g. silicon)

Band gap: 2,36-3,23 eV. The electrical breakdown field of silicon carbide exceeds silicon almost in ten times.


Military Hardware

Resistant to chemicals and radiation.

Used in Stealth-technologies for surface coatings of military equipment suitable to avoid radar detection. Our SiC is perfect for body and vehicles armoring applications.



The fine fractions silicon carbide when added to melt significantly changes metal properties. For example, magnesium might increase plasticity and fire resistance, while aluminium helps improving hardness and durability with better plastic properties.



SiC supports optimisation of optical and photoelectrical parameters of solar cells.

Use of SiC converters eliminates power losses and increases the efficiency of energy conversion up to 99,2%


Ceramic Coatings

SiC – coatings help metals and structures to resist high temperatures up to 1300°С, in addition to improved resistance to corrosive environments.


Nuclear Industry

SiC is an important material in TRISO-coated fuel particles, the type of nuclear fuel found in high temperature gas cooled reactors such as PBR.
A layer of SiC gives coated fuel particles structural support and is the main diffusion barrier of the release of fission products.


Composite Materials

Oxygen-free SiC is well known and widely used in various composite material applications. Mechanically robust, durable, with low thermal expansion coefficient and oxygen resistance at up to 1500°C.



SiC is used for monocrystalline “synthetic moissanite” crystal growth. Moissanite is similar to a diamond in respect to it’s transparency, hardness and high refractive index.