This basic material Al2O3 is useful across many applications for technical ceramics due to its good mechanical behavior at high temperatures, good thermal conductivity, high electric resistivity, great hardness, good wear resistance, and chemical slowness.

Alumina Toughened Zirconia ATZ
Alumina Toughened Zirconia, known for its biocompatibility and resistance to wear and thermal shock, is recommended for biomedical and industrial applications.

ZrO2, a material with great cold mechanical properties, can be colored for applications in jewelry. It has excellent mechanical properties at high temperatures, weak thermal conductivity at room temperature, is a conductor at T> 1000°C, great hardness, good wear resistance, good chemical slowness, and good resistance to attacks by metals.

Zirconia 8Y
8 mol% yttria-stabilized zirconia is primarily developed for fuel cell applications.

Hydroxyapatite/TCP is used in biomedical applications for the manufacture of the synthetic bone substitutes since its chemical composition is close to that of bone.

Aluminium Nitride
The high mechanical properties of this ceramic, combined with high thermal conductivity and electrical insulation, are highly recommended in the electronics industry.

Silicon Nitride
The Silicon Nitride is among the hardest and most resistant of technical ceramics. It also has a high resistance to thermal shocks and wear and corrosion (liquid and gas). Its application is found in the components of pumps, valves, and semiconductors among others.

Silicore is a ceramic formulation (based on silica) developed specifically for foundry cores. It has a high mechanical resistance and is a porous ceramic with enhanced the leachability, even when it comes to complex shapes.

Silice SiO2

Silice ceramics are suitable for foundry cores and optical applications.


This ceramic is wear-resistant, with low CTE and low thermal conductivity. Its application is best suited in a vacuum.

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