What are the applications of zirconia ceramic materials in various fields?

With the continuous development of society, the application fields of zirconia ceramic materials are becoming more and more extensive. What are the applications of zirconia ceramic materials in various fields?

  1. Application in atomizer

The zirconia ceramic material has high toughness, good heat insulation, not easy to damage, and good stability. The zirconia atomizer uses an integrated zirconia ceramic cigarette holder, which can support the atomization of multiple air inlets. Operation, producing a larger amount of smoke.

  1. Application of zirconia ceramic plunger

Zirconia ceramic plunger is used in clinic and is pressed by static pressure process. It can prevent the falling off between the ceramic material and the metal core. It has high hardness and low thermal conductivity, and can withstand high temperatures up to 2000 degrees preservative.

The working surface of the zirconia ceramic plunger has a self-lubricating effect, which improves the disadvantages of the traditional plunger pump that needs to be lubricated by sliding. The surface is polished to facilitate cleaning and disinfection. It is widely used in pile plug pumps.

  1. Application in dental restoration

High-quality bio-zirconia ceramic materials are widely used in dental restoration treatment. After hydrostatic molding and sintering, combined with CAD/CAM technology, it can be made into a shape that matches the patient’s teeth and then installed on the patient’s teeth area to be repaired.

Zirconia blocks in dentistry cad/cam restoration reference: https://www.dentallaboratorio.com/feature-of-dental-zirconia-block/

  1. Application in zirconia ceramic scalpel

Zirconia ceramics in ceramics also have good mechanical strength, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. As a scalpel material, it can effectively avoid the precipitation of metal ions in steel scalpels.

Through unique processing, a sharper edge can be achieved, and the sharpness can be increased from 0.5-0.8 of a steel scalpel to 0.2-0.3. It can make the incision smoother during the scalpel process.