Monocrystal SiC is an exotic hard material that has only recently become commercially available. It is exceedingly difficult to produce and requires substantial amounts of energy and infrastructure. This material is powering the future of high energy density electronics, especially pertaining to charging stations for electronic cars where extremely high levels of power dissipation are required. Beyond this, Monocrystal SiC has the potential to be utilized in a multitude of end use applications from defense industries，chips and semiconductors to medical implants and more.
Monocrystal SiC is produced through a highly refined process of essentially vaporizing high purity silicon carbide or SiC precursors and condensing the vapor atom by atom into an extremely high purity, monocrystal boule. This process gives the silicon carbide a perfect or near perfect monocrystal lattice structure, which massively increases its thermal conductivity by comparison to ceramic silicon carbides, or virtually any other hard material on the planet (other than diamond). This process also creates a 99.9999% pure material that is extremely homogenous and has little to no inconsistency whatsoever.
Thermal conductivity of 370 w/m/k yields an unprecedentedly low operating temperature as little as 330*F, which is far lower than any other vaporization surface currently available on the market.
Low specific heat capacity coupled with high conductivity yields fastest heating of any vaporization surface (Thermal Diffusivity)
The exceedingly low emissivity coefficient that results from mirror polishing yields an extremely slow rate of cooling. On a thermal camera, this product will appear to be similar to background / room temperature even when above 500* Fahrenheit.
Torches clean in only seconds thanks to it’s ultra thermal diffusivity.
Nontoxic & Biocompatible.
Melting point of over 5,000*F.
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