Ceramic powders

Specific formulations of ceramic powders for applications in which they are destined allow the production of high quality molded and extruded parts with high performance. Main oxidic ceramic powders of chemical origin:
  • Magnesium oxide (MgO), whose main sources are magnesite, dolomite and seawater.
  • Aluminium oxide (Al2O3) which is abundantly found in nature, such as bauxite, laterite and in Aluminosilicates.
  • Zirconium oxide (ZrO2) whose main sources are the minerals Zircon (zirconium silicate) and Baddeleyite (mineralogical compound of Zirconium Oxide, Hydrated Zirconium Oxide and Zirconium Silicate).

Ceramic powders of natural origin (Silicates) Clays, Kaolin, Quartz, Feldspar (K, Na) and Zirconium Silicate

Aluminium oxide

Aluminium oxide is made from high quality raw materials such as bauxite and laterite. These minerals are refined with the Bayer Process to obtain aluminium oxide with different degrees of purity.Learn More

Magnesium Oxide

The main sources of magnesium oxide are: Magnesite, Dolomite, seawater and salt deposits rich in magnesium. Learn More


Application examples include: fuses, heat conductors, switches, thermostat housings, welding materials, multi-hole cores, etc.Learn More


The main sources of zirconium oxide are minerals such as Zircon (Zirconium Silicate) and Baddeleyite (mineralogical Zirconium Oxide, Hydrated Zirconium Oxide and Zirconium silicate).Learn More