Ceramic Insulator

Endoscopic Surgery

A ceramic insulator is an electrical insulator made from a non-conductive material, such as porcelain or glass. Ceramic insulators are used in a variety of applications, including electrical wiring and circuitry.

Ceramic insulators have a wide range of dielectric constants and can be used in both high- and low-voltage applications. They are also resistant to heat, making them ideal for use in high-temperature environments.


Material:                                                                     Al2O3 / ZrO2 

Weight [g]:                                                                  0.182

Tolerance [mm]:                                                        Slot ±0.02

Special properties:                                                    Biocompatible


Denomination Properties
Application Endoscopic Surgery
Materials Zirconia / Alumina
Special Biocompatible
Resistances Electrical Conductivity
Industrial Sector Medical
Tolerance ± 0.02 mm

Advantages of Ceramic Insulators

  • Very high hardness
  • Low thermal expansion
  • Biocompatibility
  • Net shape without post processing
  • Very high durability
  • Chemically inert
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Electrical Isolation


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