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The right solution for every requirement

Unsurpassed Performance and Durability

Rotors are an important part of many applications and machines, including pumps, fans, compressors, and turbines. To ensure high efficiency and long life, they must withstand various stresses, including abrasion, corrosion, and high temperatures. This is where Kyocera's technical ceramic rotors come into play.

High wear resistance

Our rotors are characterised by their high strength and hardness, contributing to their high wear resistance. These properties make them ideal for applications where there is a high demand, such as in the conveying of abrasive media.

Good chemical corrosion resistance

Rotors made of technical ceramics offer excellent chemical corrosion resistance, making them ideal for applications in corrosive environments. This feature, combined with high hardness and strength, ensures long life and reliable performance.

Low coefficient of thermal expansion

Our materials' low coefficient of thermal expansion guarantees high thermal stability and, thus, long service life. This property makes them ideal for high temperature applications, such as in the semiconductor and electronics industries.

Lightweight and efficient

Furthermore, our rotors made of advanced ceramics are characterised by their low weight. This results in a lower moving mass and thus improves the efficiency and performance of the machines. In addition, the low weight allows for easier handling and assembly.

Kyocera high-performance ceramic rotors offer unmatched performance and durability. We proudly offer our customers a wide range of solutions tailored to their individual needs and requirements. Whether it is silicon carbide, silicon nitride, or zirconia, we will work with you to find the right material for your applications. With our rotors made of technical ceramics, you can be sure that you will receive a durable, reliable, and efficient solution.

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