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  1. ESK-SIC GmbH and KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH cooperate for the sustainable production of silicon carbide

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    As the goal of their partnership, the two companies have defined developing innovative solutions for the sustainable production of silicon carbide and the associated end products. By-products and end-of-life ceramics will be recycled using RECOSiC te...

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  2. VELUX sees Kyocera ceramic technology as important contributor to vacuum glass technology

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    Vacuum glazing is gaining ground in Europe. They rely on slim vacuum systems that are particularly robust and thermally insulating thanks to modern industrial ceramics from Kyocera and other new technologies.

    Roof windows have to meet very special requirements. They should bring light into otherwise dark parts of the building, withstand severe weather events – rain, hail, snow – and still open and close reliably even after years of use. Ceramic supports e...

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  3. KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe increases its productivity

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    Expanded production capacities and close cooperation between the production sites ensure higher output and shorter delivery times.

    Webshop is proving very popular Due to this fact, the KYOCERA Fineceramics Webshop also plays a main role. In the webshop, customers have the possibility to order products from all over the EU through an accelerated and customised process. The shop ...

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  4. KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe doubles its production capacity in Germany

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    The subsidiary of KYOCERA Europe GmbH, which is part of the Japanese Kyocera Group, is aiming to become the market leader in Europe and is focusing on bringing about a green transformation at its two manufacturing sites in Mannheim and Selb.

    “The challenges of industrial transformation in Germany are enormous. Especially so in an energy-intensive industry like ours. That is why linking commercial aspects and green issues is particularly important to us. This is exactly what these investm...

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  5. Kyocera will be exhibiting its high-performance functional and structural ceramics for aerospace applications at Space Tech Expo Europe

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    Kyocera Fineceramics, a leading manufacturer of technical ceramics, will showcase its latest solutions using cordierite and silicon infiltrated silicon carbide (SiSIC) for aerospace applications at Space Tech Expo Europe in Bremen, Germany, taking place on November 14-16 2023.

    KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH is specialised in manufacturing ceramic parts for the aerospace industry in all required quantities. This involves energy-efficient sintering techniques to produce ceramics with high strength and temperature resistanc...

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  6. Kyocera Fineceramics at SEMICON Europe 2023 – Innovative materials and components for semiconductor production

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    The specialists in advanced ceramics will present alternative materials for high-precision components and manufacturing parts in the semiconductor and electronics industry at this year’s SEMICON Europa in Munich from 14 to 17 November 2023.

    Details of the Kyocera stand Trade fair SEMICON Europa Date 14 to 17 November 2023 Venue Munich, Germany Kyocera stand Messe MünchenHall B2, booth #B2864 Vacuum chuck Gas baffle Gas baffle End effector Measurement supp...

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  7. Kyocera’s advanced ceramic plays a crucial role in microchip production

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    Kyocera’s silicon nitride acts as a carrier material for several tens of thousands of microscopic contact needles, which are used to check the functionality of chips during the production.

    Ceramic carrier plate with several tens of thousands of microscopic contact needles In order to check out the functional testing, so-called probe cards are used. This is a measuring head fitted with several tens of thousands of microscopic contact ne...

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  8. Kyocera showcases quantum tech innovations at Quantum Effects 2023

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    • Semiconductor Components

    Kyocera’s role in shaping quantum technologiesKyocera is developing a range of ceramic packaging solutions and assembly options, offering excellent thermal management and potential miniaturization of different components, thereby facilitating stable ...

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  9. KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH awarded BSFZ seal

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    KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH has been recognised for its innovative excellence and internal research and development activities.

    KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH sees itself as a driving force in the development of technical ceramic solutions that generate tangible added value for its customers. “We are proud to receive this recognition from the BSFZ. This can be attributed to...

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  10. Kyocera exhibits its advanced technical ceramics components at Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe

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    Hydrogen is considered a promising energy carrier in many areas. Especially for this industrial sector, the fine ceramics manufacturer Kyocera has developed advanced components that perform under harsh ambient conditions. The company will exhibit their ceramic components at the Hydrogen Technology Expo Europe 2023 on 27 and 28 September in Bremen.

    Maximum performance – even in harsh ambient conditions Despite its many possible applications, the handling and transport of hydrogen continues to be challenging. Thanks to their exceptional material properties, technical ceramics offer new possibili...

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  11. Kyocera doubles the warranty period of FRIDURIT environmental equipment to 24 months

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    Kyocera’s FRIDURIT-branded fume scrubbers and neutralisation units are increasingly in demand from manufacturing plants and laboratories. Kyocera is so convinced of the reliability and durability of the product range that the warranty period has been extended from 12 months to 24 months with immediate effect.

    FRIDURIT fume scrubbers: compact and highly efficient Compared to units from other manufacturers, FRIDURIT fume scrubbers achieve exceptionally high separation rates in acidic air of up to 97 per cent. It features an ingenious process where the conta...

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  12. KYOCERA Fineceramics webshop has a new web address

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    Customers from all over the world have been using Kyocera’s established webshop for several years now.

    Individually tailored offers for customers Customers who purchase through the Kyocera Fineceramics Online Shop not only buy directly from the manufacturer, but also benefit from fast order processing and delivery to EU destinations within two weeks f...

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  13. Kyocera presents its products at The Advanced Ceramics Show 2023

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    • Semiconductor Components

    KYOCERA Fineceramics Ltd. presents its semiconductor components, fine ceramic and automotive components at the exhibition and conference taking place on June 28-29 in Birmingham, UK.

    Kyocera’s product range at The Advanced Ceramics Show 2023 At the exhibition and conference, Kyocera will be represented by several product categories:1. Semiconductor components 2. Fine ceramic components (KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH)3. Automot...

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  14. Kyocera significantly expands its exhibition area at the Battery Show Europe 2023 in Stuttgart

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    Ceramic manufacturer Kyocera showcases ceramic products for the production of Li-ion battery cells.

    Kyocera, one of the world's leading ceramic manufacturers, will showcase its fine ceramic products at the Battery Show Europe 2023, taking place from May 23 to 25, 2023, in Stuttgart. This marks the company's first appearance at an international trade show and in the public eye since its consolidation into KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH. With a growing strategic focus on the e-mobility market, Kyocera's Ceramic Division has significantly increased its exhibition space, emphasizing its aim to expand market share and target new customers.

    A wide range of markets and ceramic combinations Kyocera has been providing Fine Ceramic products for a wide range of markets including automotive industry, industrial equipment, medical devices, and aerospace systems and has supported the developmen...

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  15. Kyocera to acquire construction site in Japan for new smart factory

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    • Semiconductor Components

    Most state-of-the-art Kyocera facility will be constructed on about 15 hectares in Isahaya, Nagasaki Prefecture, to feature new automotive and communication innovations.

    Construction begin in October 2023 Kyocera, which is reinvesting in its existing factories both in Japan and abroad, decided to build the new plant in December 2022 after determining that rising market demand will require additional production capabi...

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  16. Launch of the new KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH website

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    An informative website with a clear layout and a modern design.

    A redesigned website to maximise accessibility The website can be found under the new domain www.kyocera-fineceramics.de and brings together the various pre-existing websites. “In parallel with the internal reorganisation of KYOCERA Fineceramics Euro...

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  17. KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH builds a new campus in Mannheim

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    Regional anchoring and clear commitment to the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. On 1st March 2023, KYOCERA Fineceramics Europe GmbH starts the construction of a new administration, production and logistics building in Mannheim. With the creation of the North Campus, the company has reached another milestone in its corporate history.

    Building in ecological and economic balance As a developer and manufacturer of high-performance ceramics, Kyocera has set itself the goal of reconciling ecology and economy and is committed to environmental management. In the past, Kyocera has alread...

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  18. Kyocera presents innovative high-performance ceramics products for "New Space" applications

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    As one of the leading high-performance ceramics specialists, Kyocera will showcase its products at Space Tech Expo 2022, taking place from November 15th – 17th, 2022 in Bremen, Germany.

    Kyocera’s high-performance-materials stand for efficiency and variety Relevant high-performance ceramics materials such as Cordierite are ideally suited for such applications and enable smaller, more compact and light-weighted systems. Compared to co...

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  19. Kyocera unveils low-resistivity zirconia needle, proven ceramics-based medical technologies

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    Introducing low-resistivity zirconia needle Kyocera’s durable, 100% inert and reusable low-resistivity zirconia needles offer highly accurate liquid level sensing for the latest in-vitro diagnostics and flow cytometry, maximizing high-performanc...

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  20. Kyocera’s high performance components work reliably – even in the most demanding environments

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    Hydrogen is an upcoming energy carrier regarding future solutions in many fields, Kyocera’s components’ excellent mechanical robustness and hermetic sealing technologies can offer the right solution for various applications. In order to present the newest innovations and possibilities in this field, Kyocera will exhibit its ceramic parts at the fair Hydrogen 2022, taking place in Bremen on October 19 and 20.

    Hydrogen as the energy carrier of the future Hydrogen is a highly flexible energy carrier. Owing to its quite difficult handling and transportation, special solutions using ceramic materials present new possibilities to overcome related challenges. I...

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