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Category Archives: 2014 – Our Work In Focus

Exploring New Worlds

Exploring New Worlds Technology for Heaven & Earth … Since 1992 when the company first started trading, Precision Ceramics has been involved in many novel and unusual applications for technical ceramics in markets as diverse as aerospace, automotive, opto-electronics and nuclear power. All have two factors in common; the quality and reliability of the technical ceramic… Continue Reading

Keeping The Blades Turning

Precision Ceramics & The Environment Keeping The Turbine Blades Turning … In almost every period of time there have been changes to the environment but the biggest and most negative changes are happening today! There are many individuals and groups who work side-by-side in doing everything they can to raise awareness about the importance of a… Continue Reading

PC On Show

Precision Ceramics On Show An Extended Exhibition Programme For 2014 … Despite the demise of many industry-based exhibitions in the United Kingdom and further afield, Precision Ceramics continues to attend at least two major events each year, generally one in Europe and the other in the USA. For the first time this year we will be… Continue Reading

A Big Break For SiC

A Big Brake For Silicon Carbide In The New McClaren P1 … The brand new McLaren PI is probably the most advanced and jaw-dropping car the world has ever seen. With a price tag of £866,000, the attention to detail in the car is almost science fictional and, as you’d expect, it is made from all… Continue Reading

Laser Cutting Of Ceramics

Laser Cutting of Ceramics Complements Traditional Machining Methods … Precision Ceramics has over 20 years’ experience in the design and machining of technical ceramics for an ever-widening array of worldwide applications. The markets we serve are wide and diverse; from aerospace and automotive through to electronics and nuclear power generation. All have two factors in common;… Continue Reading

Industrial Thermocouples

Thermocouples & Their Industrial Importance … Within today’s industrial world, there is the widest possible choice of temperature measuring devices available. Of these, probably the most common and widely used is the thermocouple. Thermocouples are the most durable temperature sensors. They are easy to use and also very economical. Results from them are obtained very… Continue Reading

Ceramic Engineering

Ceramic Engineering – As Old As Learning – As Universal As Time … Ceramic engineering is most commonly attributed to the science and technology of creating objects from inorganic, non-metallic materials. This is done either by the action of heat or at lower temperatures using precipitation reactions from high-purity chemical solutions. The term includes the purification… Continue Reading

MagLev Transport

Ceramics & Electromagnetism – The Use of Specialist Ceramics in MagLev Transportation … It’s a well-known fact that ceramics are amongst the most electrically insulating materials known. Strangely enough they can also be the most electrically conducting. Over the years, the discovery of high temperature ceramic superconductors has changed superconductivity from an interesting curiosity into… Continue Reading

PC & Hannover Messe 2014

Another Successful Week in Hannover for Precision Ceramics As Hannover Messe 2014 drew to a close on Friday 11th April, exhibitors and organizers alike were able to look back on another highly successful event. With this year’s clear focus on core technologies and services that enable industrial production, innovation and efficiency, the annual exhibition has… Continue Reading

Choosing The Right Material

Choosing The Right Material – A Simple Guide to Technical Ceramics … In both new applications and in areas where technical ceramics are already being used, Precision Ceramics, with over 20 years knowledge and experience, has the necessary expertise and in-depth knowledge to quickly find the best way forward for any potential application from prototypes through… Continue Reading

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