Technical Ceramics - Materials for Extreme Environment

Ceramics present a unique combination of properties: extreme hardness, resistance to high temperature up to 1,500°C, resistance to wear, thermal conductivity, electrical insulation, tightness to vacuum, resistance to corrosion, antimagnetic, permittivity to high frequency. They could also replace classical metals when operating conditions become much too exigent.

We produce oxide ceramics (Aluminum, Zirconium) and non-oxide ones (Carbide and silicon nitride) in order to meet the most exigent demands in fields such as: nuclear, space, aeronautics, particle accelerators, medication, pharmaceuticals, food industry, chemicals and hyper-vacuum.