A collection of case histories of successful collaborations between High Technology Network Laboratories and businesses. These are tangible and customisable examples of the application of new technologies, products, or services that show how industrial research can meet the needs of innovation.

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The most resistant materials in the world for space field

In the aerospace and fast transport sectors there is a growing demand for advanced structural materials capable of withstanding temperatures over 1500 °C in highly corrosive environments. Rocket nozzles and thermal protection systems for spacecraft...

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Chemically Bonded Ceramics

Geopolymers for sustainable a high tech

Geopolymers are synthetic inorganic polymers based on aluminosilicates or phosphates and chemically bonded at T <300 ° C. This technology enables the production of materials with properties of certain ceramic materials with the same approach of...

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Production technology of transparent ceramics for high power laser applications

Flexible process ready to be transferred at industrial scale

Transparent ceramic materials are fundamental as sources of laser radiation, especially for high efficiencies and emission in the infrared wavelenghts (typically in the region of 1010 to 1080 nm). The transparent ceramic material that has reached the...

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Production of porous ceramic materials

Porous ceramics: sustainable and multifunctional materials

Processes for the production of ceramic-based articles with controlled porosity in terms of volume, morphology, size, interconnection, 3D distribution. ISTEC manufactures ceramic or hybrid architectures with functional porosity (multidimensional from...

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