Industrial ceramics

Ceramic - the material for new perspectives in future-oriented product design.

JBC Kugellager

When you mention ceramics, most people automatically think of pottery and chinaware. In fact, the history of ceramics can be traced back more than 10,000 years. Today, these inorganic, non-metallic materials represent a revolution in material technology.

 

New processes and advances in molding and production techniques have made it possible to solve problems that used to be an insurmountable technical challenge.


Today's ceramics have little resemblance to their origins.
The unique and amazing physical, thermal and electrical properties open the doors to a new world of development. Ceramic is a cost-effective and efficient alternative to materials such as glass, metal and plastic.

 

The advantages of ceramic components at a glance:

  • Electric Isolation

  • Mechanic solidity

  • Low density

  • Wear resistance and hardness

  • Leakage current resistant

  • Resistant to high temperatures

  • Resistant to temperature changes

  • Resistant to climates and aging

  • Environmentally friendly disposal

  • Chemical resistance

  • Food safe

  • No corrosion

  • Vibration resistant

  • Lighter than metals

  • Do not need lubrication