All Entries in the Category : Dielectrics

Includes all dielectric materials used in the manufacture of capacitors.

H.C. Starck’s Furnace Parts on Display at Heat Treatment Congress 2014

NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — H.C. Starck addresses the rapid growth in furnace production with its high temperature materials and fabricated components engineered for furnace applications.

: Dielectrics, Metals |

Toray’s operating profit seen up 13% on carbon fiber sales

TOKYO — Toray Industries’ group operating profit apparently grew 13% on the year to around 50 billion yen ($462 million) for the April-September half as carbon fiber sales made up for lower-than-expected sales in other segments.

: Dielectrics, Materials

Unsexy Companies Like Toray Behind Japan’s Rebound

TOKYO—Corporate Japan is posting record profits again. It has companies like Toray to thank, again.

: Dielectrics, Materials

Advanced Ceramics and Nanoceramic Powders

Advanced ceramic and nanoceramic powders generally refer to inorganic nonmetallic granular materials that are fabricated from chemical processes, as differentiated from what are termed industrial minerals.

: Dielectrics, Research

Bayer: No impact on Pittsburgh operations

Bayer AG CEO Marijn Dekkers said Thursday’s announcement it will separate its MaterialScience business won’t have an immediate impact on local operations at one of the Pittsburgh region’s biggest employers.

: Dielectrics, Materials

Ferro to present at Credit Suisse Annual Science Conference

CLEVELAND–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep. 9, 2014– Ferro Corporation (NYSE: FOE) announced today that Peter T. Thomas, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, will present at the Credit Suisse Annual Chemical and Ag Science Conference in New York, NY, at 9:00 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. The audio presentation and accompanying slides will be webcast live, and can be accessed from the “Investor Information” portion of Ferro’s website at (www.ferro.com).

: Dielectrics, Materials, Metals

TDK, Toray to consolidate fund transfers to China

SHANGHAI/TOKYO — Japanese companies TDK and Toray Industries are streamlining their fund transfers to and from China to cut costs, a move many other businesses are expected to follow now that the Chinese government has eased financial regulations.

: Dielectrics, Manufacturers |