Advanced Scientific Materials
Metals, such as iron, aluminium, copper and titanium, are used in construction, transportation, electronics and many other applications due to their mechanical properties, conductivity and durability.
Aluminium is known for its light weight and corrosion resistance, and is used in the aircraft, automotive and packaging industries.
Ceramics, as a non-metallic material, offers thermal and electrical insulating properties as well as durability at high temperatures, and is used in construction, medical and aeronautical industries.
Polymers, such as plastic and rubber, are versatile and lightweight, used in packaging, medical devices, electronics and many other applications.
Composites are materials made by combining several components, such as glass, carbon or aramid fibres with a polymer or metal matrix, to achieve superior mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and light weight.
Compound materials are the result of sophisticated manufacturing processes that combine materials at the nanometre or molecular scale to achieve unique and advanced properties.
These scientifically advanced materials are an essential basis for innovation and technological development in a variety of industries, ensuring high performance and efficiency in diverse applications.