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Kyocera presents new and innovative Fine Ceramics products as its offering to ‘New Space’ applications

The leading ceramic manufacturer Kyocera will display its Fine Ceramics products at the Space Tech Expo 2021, which will be held from 16th to 18th November in Bremen, Germany.

  • Fine Ceramic Components

Kyoto/London - Kyocera has been providing Fine Ceramics components for a wide range of markets including aerospace systems, industrial equipment, medical devices, and automotive industry, and has supported the development of numerous other industries. Kyocera offers a broad range of over 200 different compositions of ceramics such as Aluminium oxide, Zirconium oxide, Cordierite, Aluminium nitride, Cermet, Mullite, Sapphire, Silicon carbides, Silicon nitride, Aluminium titanate, Yttrium oxide and many more.

In Bremen, Kyocera will showcase its ceramic technologies that address the ‘New Space’, a branch of aerospace industry which has piqued multitudes of new ideas and has created challenges for the existing material and supply chain industry. This field requires compact designs with improved functionalities, production of highly complex and precise designs that drive the development towards the next generation of satellites, propulsion systems, and other aerospace components and systems. Kyocera’s Fine Ceramics with their unique properties have proven advantages in such harsh environments, where high precision and reliability are needed. Compared to other material classes (e.g. metal or glass) the superior properties of ceramic materials in high electrical isolation, chemical resistance, wear resistance, mechanical strength are of importance.

Catering to the trend of smaller, compact and light-weighted systems, Kyocera is offering the relevant materials like Cordierite, which has minimal coefficient of thermal expansion, and can accomplish approximately 70% weight reduction compared to the competition; Si-infiltrated SiC from proprietary technologies for designs with cooling channels and fine details in large components. Kyocera has advanced capabilities in the field of oxide ceramics, which can be used in propulsion systems, ion thrusters, and specializes in ceramic to metal assemblies for ultra-high vacuum applications.

For the full list of Kyocera’s fine ceramic products, please refer to the following website:

Kyocera Booth Outline


Space Tech Expo 2021
Booth no. M50

Date November 16-18, 2021
Bremen, Germany

Cordierite CO720 mirror - polished on one side and light-weighted on the other with a rib structure

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Example of where Cordierite can be used in mirror applications

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SiSiC fusion joined mirror

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SiSiC structure exhibiting the available design flexibility

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Picture of alumina parts

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