Material Introduction

Ultra-High Temperature Ceramic Coating

Material Introduction

Ultra-high temperature ceramic coatings refer to borides, carbides and oxide coatings of certain transition metals. They have melting points in excess of 3,000°C, a high elastic modulus and a moderate thermal expansion coefficient, and are a key area of research for high-temperature thermal protection materials.

Specifications and Performance

Coating parameters




Anti-oxidation ablation temperature/℃


Fabrication Process


The ultra-high temperature ceramic coating has a very high melting point, good hardness and outstanding thermal conductivity, and has become a key form of technology for extremely high temperature and long life application requirements in the aerospace, energy, petrochemical and other industries.