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Looking Back Hannover Messe 2015

On 17 April, the world’s greatest industrial exhibition in Hannover came to an end. INNOVACERA says thank you to everyone who visited and discussed the advanced ceramic project.

INNOVACERA Booth

INNOVACERA Booth

What we show: Advanced ceramic components

With industry solutions, product innovations and services for technical ceramic solutions, our service include as below;

Ceramic Material Solutions

  • Alumina Ceramic;
  • Zirconia Ceramic;
  • Boron Nitride Ceramic;
  • Silicon Nitride Ceramic
  • Machinable Glass Ceramics;
  • Porous Ceramics;
  • Other Advanced Ceramic Material Solutions*;
Alumina Ceramics

Alumina Ceramics

Zirconia Ceramics

Zirconia Ceramics

boron nitride ceramics

boron nitride ceramics

Ceramic Processing

  • Metallization Ceramics
  • Alumina Ceramic Heater
  • Ceramic Metering Pump
  • Ceramic-to-Metal Brazing (Vacuum Interrupter, Vacuum Capacitor, HV Relay)*
  • Ceramic-to-Metal Assembling (Pump Components, Cover Die, Tooling)*
  • Coating, PVD, CVD*

*Cooperate with the Material Research Institute of China

metallized ceramics

metallized ceramics

machniable glass ceramics

machniable glass ceramics

Impressions from the Hannover Messe 2015 in sound and vision

Looking back, we are delighted with the entirely positive feedback from our customers and our many interesting discussions.

 

Hannover Messe Show

Hannover Messe Show


Innovacera offer some of the China’s largest alumina ceramic components for manufacturing equipment

Innovacera offer some of the world’s largest alumina ceramic components for Industrial,LCD and Semiconductor manufacturing equipment, helping manufacturers achieve greater precision for today’s applications.

Alumina Ceramic Properties
High hardness
Wear resistant
Elextrical insulation
Chemical resistant
Tight tolerance
Temperature resistant
Food compatibility

Oxide ceramic materials we offer: 92%, 96%, 99.3% Alumina and Zirconia.

the-largest-alumina-ceramic-components

the-largest-alumina-ceramic-components


Technical ceramic solutions for your wear resistant solutions

Innovacera supply a variety of high-purity ceramic materials in Xiamen, China. We are a leading supplier of wear-resistant ceramics, offering solutions for abrasion and corrosion problems.

Our solutions are based on your application parameters: types of abrasion, system and equipment design, operating temperatures and materials. Innovacera’s fine-grained alumina, silicon nitride and zirconia ceramic offer properties that will optimize the solution for any wear application.

Wear-Resistant ceramic linings increase productivity in a variety of typical applications include:

Ash Lines                                                Centrifuges
Pipe Elbows                                           Chutes
Pump Housings                                    Tanks
Cyclones                                                 Transitions
Troughs and Flumes                            Dust Collectors
Spray Driers                                          Chippers and Chip Bins
Hoppers                                                 Wash Boxes
Dredging Equipment                           Silos
Screw Conveyors                                 Classifiers

Wear resisstance solution’s Project

chute ceramic lining

chute ceramic lining

ceramic lined pipe 04

ceramic lined pipe 04

ceramic lined pipe 13

ceramic lined pipe 13

ceramic lined pipe 10

ceramic lined pipe 10

ceramic lining pipe

ceramic lining pipe

To solve abrasion problems in your material handling systems, contact the experts at Innovacera mail sales@innovacera.com


What are Advanced Ceramics?

What are Advanced Ceramics?

The English word ceramics is derived from the Greek word keramos, which means “burned clay.”

The term originally referred to china almost exclusively. Nowadays, however, we often refer to non-metallic, inorganic substances such as refractories, glass and cements as ceramics. For this reason, ceramics are now regarded as “non-metallic, inorganic substances that are manufactured through a process of molding or shaping and exposure to high temperatures.”

The ceramics, porcelains are used in electronics and other high-tech industries, so they must meet highly precise specifications and demanding performance requirements. Today, they are called Advanced Ceramics (also known as “technical ceramics”)* to distinguish them from conventional ceramics made from natural materials, such as clay and silica rock. Advanced Ceramics are carefully engineered materials in which the chemical composition has been precisely adjusted using refined or synthesized raw powder, with a well-controlled method of forming and sintering.

The term “Advanced Ceramics” is interchangeable with “fine ceramics,” “structure ceramics,” “technical ceramics” and “engineered ceramics.” Use varies by region and industry.