CERAM is a global expert in materials testing, analysis and consultancy, providing customised solutions that help clients to measurably improve performance and profitability through safer, regulatory-compliant and better-engineered products. Setting new standards in materials testing, CERAM works as an extension of customers%u2019 teams, applying its expertise and capabilities to a wide range of sectors, including aerospace & defence; automotive & transport; construction; consumer and retail; electronics; energy & environment; healthcare; materials manufacturing; minerals; and refractories.
Headquartered in Staffordshire (UK), CERAM was founded in 1920 and employs a team of research and product development professionals who are involved in physical and chemical materials testing, research, process engineering, product design and failure analysis.
Ceram, the international materials technology company, will be holding a free breakfast forum 'Re-Engineering Materials - Reduce Waste, Ensure Future Raw Materials Supply and Save Money' on Friday 14 June at its headquarters in Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent.
The leading technical authority in steel construction, The Steel Construction Institute, and the international materials technology company, Ceram, are to work in partnership to deliver an optimum testing and assessment service for their clients.
To launch the new ISO 50001 service, Ceram will be holding a free Breakfast Workshop 'ISO 50001 - Implementing an Energy Management System - Why and How?' on Friday 18 May at its headquarters in Penkhull, Stoke-on-Trent.
Stoke-on-Trent materials technology consultancy, Ceram, is pleased to announce that it has been successful in its bid to the Government's Regional Growth Fund to secure funding to develop a new energy-reducing firing technology for the ceramics industry.
Having recently launched a new water footprinting protocol, the first of its kind for the ceramics industry, Ceram was asked by Johnson Tiles to carry out a water footprint of its factory in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. Committed to limiting their environmental impact, the company wanted to measure their water consumption with the aim of reducing it in future, and thus saving costs.
Ceram, the materials technology consultancy based in Staffordshire, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CRANN, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)-financed nanoscience institution located at Trinity College Dublin.
Ceram, the international materials technology consultancy, is pleased to announce that it has now formalised its offering around sustainability with the setting up of a dedicated Sustainability Team and the launch of a range of Sustainability Services.
CERAM, a global expert in materials testing, analysis and consultancy, has extended the scope of its microstructural and mineralogical analysis services with the acquisition of a new X-Ray Diffractometer (XRD).
CERAM, a global expert in materials testing, analysis and consultancy, has published the Design Guide for Masonry Reinforced by Bond Beams and Columns to Resist Lateral Load; a supersede of the original which covered the use of bond beams only.
CERAM's new white paper 'Surface Characterisation in the Semiconductor Industry' discusses the benefits of utilising modern surface characterisation techniques to retrieve quantitative chemical and physical information on the structure and composition of semiconductor materials.