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         Porous ceramics

         Ceramic tubes & pipes

         Custom ceramic shapes

         Porous ceramic filters

         Wearing & thermal shock

        Nano functional coatings

         Photo-catalytic porous ceramics

         Porous ceramic shapes

         Fine bubble diffusers


Over the last five years, HP Technical Ceramics has developed a number of novel processes for the manufacture of ceramics in alumina, fused silica, silicon carbide, zirconia and mullite in micro- and nano- porous forms.  

The technology is flexible allowing required ceramic shapes to be made quickly. In most cases, the technology is limited only by the complexity of mould design. 

The processing technique, depending on the geometry, size, quantity and properties of the ceramic components, is selected from: 

         Slip casting

         Powder compacting

         Gel casting

         Injection moulding

Recently, more attentions are focused on how to produce porous ceramic components with consistent and narrow pore size distributions, especially with nano-porous features. 

Recently we have developed several nano- porous ceramics with strong photocatalytic capabilities in visible light, offering many prospects of advanced technical applications.

After all, ceramic technology development is driven by the scientists and engineers in other fields. If you have an idea regarding an application of porous  ceramics, whether it is in the field of engineering, chemistry or bio-technology, please do not hesitate to contact us









   New Product Developments:

1.      Ceramic filter with various pore size ranges and low pressure drop.

2.      Poreslides: Ceramic substrates with nano-pore surface structure, a unique platform for chemical and bio-chemical applications.