Department of Ceramic
and Biomaterials, of the Electrotechnical Institute Division
of Electrotechnology and Materials Science in Wrocław (Poland), would like to
present the offer
of research and technological services.
Based on the long-term
experience we offer the technical consulting, technological services and conducting
tests of: porcelain mass, ceramic materials and high voltage insulators,
according to obligatory standards. We have equipment enabling the electrical
and mechanical tests, determining the physical and chemical properties and samples
(plastics) resistance to the mould. Our research services are characterized by highest
quality of the works, the reliability and scrupulosity. The tests are finished
with a report containing the results and works description.
In our scientific -
development and technological works we take care the subjects including the
- porcelain mass and electroinsulation
ceramics (high alumina, soapstone, cordierite),
- natural hydroxyapatite,
- mineral fibers for thermo-insulation
applications and acoustic attenuation,
- ceramic proppants used in the
shale gas extracting process,
- materials for the heating,
- surface discharges on dielectrics,
bioceramics, biomaterials and biomimetic,
- gradient materials,
- dielectric materials obtained by
sol - gel method.
We have a knowledge
and a necessary experience confirmed by many publications
in Scientific Journals, technical reports and patents, for the cooperation in scientific
research with companies dealing with ceramic materials. We willingly participate
in local and international research projects, constitute scientific and
technical support to innovative companies.
We are trying to individually deal
with the expectations of our customers.
We have great pleasure for inviting you to the cooperation!
Division of Electrotechnology and Materials Science
Department of Ceramic and
M. Skłodowskiej-Curie Street 55/61, 50-369 Wrocław, POLAND
phone. 71 328 30 61 (ext. 313); fax 71 328 25 51 e-mail:
Website of the Department of
Ceramic and Biomaterials