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Eloise Hawser IPS Ceramics

IPS Ceramics collaborate with London based artist

Posted by Liam Morgan on 21-02-2018

IPS Ceramics has recently collaborated with London-based artist Eloise Hawser, one of the residents at Somerset House Studios. Somerset House is a new arts centre in the heart of London, designed for today’s audiences and creatives and it offers a diverse and dynamic public programme of contemporary arts and culture. It welcomes around three million visitors each year. [gallery columns="2" ids="2643,2644"] Eloise contacted IPS Ceramics to enquire about the possibility of having a bespoke ceramic item manufactured for a piece…

Ceramics Expo 2018

Ceramics Expo 2018

Posted by Liam Morgan on 19-02-2018

IPS Ceramics to Exhibit at Ceramics Expo 2018 Keeping in tune with Cleveland Once again, IPS Ceramics USA will participate in Ceramics Expo, Cleveland International Exposition Center, Ohio, USA, 1st-3rd May & Mike Jackson, Phil Green and President of IPS Ceramics USA Sukhjinder Singh will be in attendance. [gallery ids="2427,2424,1125"] First up, given that Cleveland is home to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame – the most comprehensive repository of materials relating to the history of rock ‘n’ roll…

Ceramitec 2018

IPS Ceramics attending Ceramitec 2018

Posted by Liam Morgan on 13-02-2018

Meet IPS Executives at Ceramitec in April Sales director Phil Green, Operations director Ian Wright and Business Manager Alan Keenan will be in attendance throughout the show at this year’s Ceramitec exhibition (10-13 April 2018, Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany). IPS will be promoting cordierite kiln furniture and a wide range of associated products. [gallery size="medium" ids="2424,2618,2420"] IPS cordierite ceramics are not only used in the ceramic industry itself – in the major sectors such as sanitaryware, tableware, technical ceramics…

Silicone Carbide Heating Elements - IPS Ceramics New Range

IPS Ceramics new range of Silicon Carbide Heating Elements

Posted by Liam Morgan on 07-02-2018

Furnace designers, manufacturers and users will all be interested to see the new range of silicon carbide (SiC) heating elements from IPS Ceramics, the technical ceramics specialist with bases in the UK, USA and Asia. This type of heating element is widely used in many high temperature electric furnaces, as well as in other electric heating devices. The new range of IPS heating elements are manufactured from recrystallised high-purity alpha silicon carbide (SiC), which is a superb performer in high…