Alumina is a commonly used fine ceramic material well-known for its high strength, corrosion and wear-resistance.
Zirconia has the highest mechanical strength and fracture toughness at room temperature of all major fine ceramics.
A porous ceramic formulation with high mechanical resistance specifically developed for foundry cores.
A composite ceramic material known for its biocompatibility, resistance to wear and thermal shock.
Ceramics with good thermal shock resistance, low thermal expansion, low thermal conductivity, and high dielectric strength.
Partially-stabilized zirconia powder with uniform dispersion of 3 mol % yttria.
Tricalcium Phosphate, a ceramic material often used for implants in the medical field, to recreate parts close to the structure of a spine.
A high-purity grade of silica that has good abrasion resistance, electrical insulation and high thermal stability.
Biocompatibility, bioactivity, osteo-conductivity, non toxicity and non inflammatory nature make this material best for biomedical applications.
This is among the hardest and most resistant technical ceramics with a high resistance to thermal shocks, to wear and corrosion.
High mechanical properties of this ceramic, combined with high thermal conductivity and electrical insulation, are highly recommended in electronics industry.