New home in medical applications for Morgan Advanced Materials D36 ceramics

Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in Radio Frequency (RF) and microwave ceramic materials, has established a major application for its proven D36 microwave ceramic.

MRI Scanner Morgan Advanced Ceramics

Thanks to its very specific properties, D36 is now finding a niche in medical applications where, for example, its low magnetic susceptibility makes it ideal for use in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Its additional qualities of very low temperature coefficient of frequency, relative permittivity, and low electrical loss, make it suitable for a range of medical applications, including microwave therapy and medical imaging. Morgan can supply D36 components in custom shapes and, if required, with a thick film silver coating.

For these reasons, Morgan was chosen by Emblation Limited to support development of the world's first microwave treatment system in the field of podiatry and dermatology, designed for use on soft tissue lesions.

Emblation Morgan Advanced Materials

For Chris Davenport of Morgan Advanced Materials, the suitability of D36 for medical applications, with their highly demanding specifications, is no surprise.

Morgan has a wealth of experience and expertise in the production of RF and microwave ceramic components for a variety of applications and has invested in extensive, cutting-edge design, development and production capabilities."

“This makes us the ideal partner for the development of enabling components for medical devices and equipment, from inception to production.”


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