about ij research

IJ Research specializes in brazing ceramic-to-metal and other dissimilar materials.  

capabilities

IJ Research is built to offer turnkey manufacturing of ceramic to metal, and hermetic seals.

products

The common products routinely produced are assemblies of ceramic to metal seals.

portfolio

Highly thermal shock resistant glass to Metal Seal, hi-temp anti-reflective coating, direct bonding of ceramic and metal

About us

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Located in Southern California, the company has been in business since 1988. IJ Research’s products serve a variety of market segments including aerospace and defense, medical, semiconductor, oil & gas, energy and other industrial applications.

IJ Research is a wholly owned subsidiary of Superior Technical Ceramics.


Portfolio

We produce brazed ceramic-to-metal seals (CMT) assemblies for a wide variety of end uses. We serve various industries such as Medical, Aerospace and Defense, Oil and Gas, Telecommunications and Semiconductor. 

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Background: Industry - Medical device Materials Used - Titanium alloy (FDA approved), AR coated Sapphire window Requirement: An anti-reflective (AR) coating needed to be applied over a sapphire window and survive 1,000C high temperature braze processing. The coating of the sapphire could not show any physical delamination, crazing, or degradation of the optical properties such as transmission and/or reflectance in the specific spectral regions.
Background: Industry – Aerospace Materials Used – Oxygen Free Copper, Borosilicate Glass (Corning 7740) Requirement: To maintain a robust hermetic seal under extreme thermal gradients. Liquid hydrogen needed to be stored in a glass tube section sealed on opposite ends to two extremely divergent materials with polar opposite material behaviors (Silicon and OFC).
Background: Industry - Medical device Materials Used - Titanium Alloy (FDA approved, not specified intentionally), Biocompatible Stabilized Zirconia Requirement: Requirement was to seal a component oxide ceramic and Ti metal alloy with nothing in-between. The most common sealing material in medical implant is pure Au. In this situation,
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