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Saint-Gobain Crystals

Saint-Gobain Crystals

MapPhotonic Materials
33 Powers St.
Milford, NH 03055
United States
Phone: +1 603-673-5831
Fax: +1 603-673-1256
Toll-free: +1 800-899-5831
Saint-Gobain Crystals offers decades of experience and products with unmatched purity and superior performance. The vast resources of Saint-Gobain, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of advanced materials, enable us to never stop improving our crystals to keep up with the changing needs of our customers.

Industrial Single Crystal Sapphire optical, electrical, chemical resistance, high thermal conductivity, scratch resistance and mechanical properties make it a superior choice over quartz, alumina and other ceramic materials for the most demanding applications.semi part crystal from Saint-Gobain Crystals It has a melting point of over 2000 °C, making it ideal for high-temperature applications. It is chemically inert and easily withstands harsh chemicals such as fluorine plasma and other industrial gasses and fluids, with no particle generation and due to its purity and transparency, it can be used as a viewing chamber window in high pressure and vacuum applications. In addition, sapphire can transmit ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light as well as microwaves, a range broader than most materials.

Sapphire crystals are available in a range of shapes: flat and curved sheets, tubes, pins, rods, and complex bonded and components.

curved sapphire from Saint-Gobain Crystalsendpoint views from Saint-Gobain Crystalstransparent sapphire tubes from Saint-Gobain Crystals

X-ray Analyzers are needed to perform X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and spectral analysis of X-rays emitted by a sample after irradiation. This requires high quality uniform Spherical or Strip Bent Spherical or Von Hamos Analyzers to focus the rays.

Monochromator crystals: LiF, Quartz or SiO2, InSb, Si, Ge, PET, ADP, Beryl, TlAP, RbAP, KAP, and CsAP.  

Gallium Garnet crystals (GGG, SGGG, NGG) are used to grow semiconductor crystal layers and are a crucial component for optical isolators and for devices such as magneto optics.

Garnet Materials: Gadolinium Gallium Garnet (GGG), Substituted Gadolinium Gallium Garnet (SGGG), Neodymium Gallium Garnet (NGG).
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Russ Wooddell, Marketing/Accounts Manager
Peter Brewer, Global Sales Director
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Sapphire Properties - Saint-Gobain Crystals
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