Ceramic is more than porcelain

Technical ceramic can be a problem solver in many areas of modern industry. It has some properties not found in other materials. This ceramic is no longer the same as porcelain.


Due to its high level of wear and corrosion resistance, ceramic is increasingly used for machine components. In addition, ceramic materials are especially valuable for their mechanical and thermal stability, and their extreme resistance to almost all acids and bases.


But even existing surfaces can achieve these properties with a retroactive coating. In combination with nanotechnology, this yields surfaces that repel water, dirt, fat, oil, acids, and bases.  These versatile properties are nearly unlimited and can be customized to suit your current production problem.


Electrical properties


  • Very good electrical insulation 
  • Ionic conductibility for selected materials
  • High dielectric strength
  • Low dielectric losses
  • Non-magnetizable
  • Chemically inert
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Catalytic
  • Biocompatible

Thermal properties
(shape retaining)

Mechanical properties

  • High thermal endurance
  • Temperature stability
  • Good thermal insulation and heat conduction
  • Shape retention 
  • Extreme hardness
  • High mechanical strength
  • High stability
  • Wear resistance
  • Low density