HTCC Ceramics

HTCC technology (High Temperature Co-fired Ceramics) enables the development of multilayer ceramic sensors delivering a voltage dependent on gas or particle concentrations.

The ceramic sensors can operate at temperatures where electronic sensors are not able to (up to 900ºC), with a high level of precision and reliability.

FAE has been developing multilayer ceramics since 1998, and has facilities for silk-screen painting and sintering of specific designs for each application.
 
Applications: 
  • Oxygen Sensor.
  • Boiler Combustion Monitor.
  • Particle Filter Sensor.