Dyson Technical Ceramics Ltd
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ is focused upon the production and innovation of high performance Zirconia and Tin Oxide ceramics. We specialise in manufacturing products for the Steel, Powder Metallurgy, Glass, Foundry, Investment casting and other related industries. Our product ranges includes the following:
Our materials are continuously developed through our Research and Development laboratory in order to ensure our products are always one step ahead of the competition and to satisfy our customer present and future requirements. Dyson Technical Ceramics™ supplies the following products to the steel industry:
- Tundish Metering Nozzles
- Exchangeable and Stationary Metering Nozzles
- Zirconia ZPZ™ Inserts
- Sliding Gate Plate Inserts
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ manufactures Zirconia Atomising Nozzles for the Powder Metallurgy industry. Our Zirconia Atomising Nozzles are manufactured to exacting dimensions and our materials and operations are backed up by our Research and Development Laboratory, which strives to constantly improve our materials and production techniques.
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ manufactures a range of high quality products for the glass industry, which include:
Tin Oxide Electrodes
Dyson Technical Ceramics STANNEX™ electrodes are made from ultra-high purity Tin Oxide, and are an advanced alternative to traditional Molybdenum electrodes.
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ supplies mid-alumina firebricks that are used in lower re-generator Walls, upper wall back up and rider arches.
Dyson Technical Ceramics™ offers a range of refractories for domestic uses. Firebacks, lintels, throat-restrictors and Firebricks.
Developed from refractories used in the casting of steel ingots the products are more than suitable for domestic markets, including coal and wood burning equipment, home heating and cooking.
In order to provide quality products Dyson™ deliver materials of the highest quality to their market consistent with a competitive price, backed by the expertise of application knowledge and the resources of the Research & Development Laboratory in Sheffield.
Product development is both proactive and reactive in that new material and technologies are constantly reviewed and where appropriate incorporated into the manufacturing units. Selection of materials is made by reference to an extensive application database, which, in conjunction with close liaisons with end users, provides materials offering optimum performance in terms of cost and operation.