Ceramics for Laboratories, Research Centres and Universities
IPS Ceramics has a long history of working with laboratories, research centres, universities and manufacturers to produce hard-wearing, innovative items which facilitate the latest scientific advancements.
We offer a wide range of products including tiles, tubes, crucibles, boats, ignition trays, cleaving stones and more. Stable and unreactive, light and compact, and formable into highly intricate shapes, our materials are resistant to heat, electricity, wear, corrosion, shocks and more. No matter what you’re testing, we have the ceramic to help.
All of our products can be customised to fit your exact specifications – if you need a specific size or thickness, if you need them to withstand any particular tolerances, or if you need anything engraving on them, we have the capacity and expertise to do it.
If you have a difficult situation and need a strong solution, we are also able to offer an extensive consultation service. If you provide us with your requirements and specifications, we can design a bespoke ceramic solution, produce prototypes, manufacture the finished solution and distribute them directly to you.
Contact us today and see how our technical ceramics can help you.
Used as supports during testing or processing, and as substrates for electronic devices.
An alternate type of tile. Alumina discs can be supplied either ‘as fired’, surface ground or polished.
Thermally stable, high quality ceramic tubes, available with open and closed ends. Available in our Online Store
| Crucibles and Boats
Used to hold samples during tests. Suitable for use in high temperatures; can be highly customised to meet any criteria.
| Ignition Trays
Used in a wide variety of industrial processes and tests. Sizes up to 20cm long and 2cm deep are typical.
| Module Rack
A compact and highly versatile modular system used to hold multiple small components during treatment.
Chemically stable and resistant to high temperatures. Strong and abrasion resistant.
Electrical insulation with high very thermal conductivity.
A low density, porous material which can be easily machined into complex shapes.
Extremely high mechanical strength and toughness.
Excellent electrical resistance and low dielectric loss, even at high frequencies.
Incredible strength and toughness; more comparable to most metals than the average ceramic.