Consumer and Household
Technical ceramics can maximize performance of consumer and household products through increased longevity and reduced wear. We have manufactured the industry standard ceramic igniters for hot surface ignition and gas applications for over forty years, and apply our ceramics expertise to improve efficiency and reliability in numerous other products ranging from industrial lighting to washing machines, hair styling tools, and coffee makers.
High strength, electrically insulative, corrosion, and temperature resistant, CoorsTek advanced ceramics make your products measurably better. Learn More
Technical ceramics are some of the most durable materials on the planet, but their versatility is really what sets them apart from metals and plastics. Ceramic material properties can be manipulated to fit the requirements of specific applications.
CoorsTek offers over 300 advanced ceramic formulations. With virtually limitless design and manufacturing options, as well as unparalleled materials and engineering expertise, CoorsTek can help solve complex technical challenges. More...
Ceramic membrane filters offer superior, cost effective filtration for a variety of fluid management applications.
January 22 2019
CoorsTek will feature solutions and manufacturing capabilities at MD&M West 2019, the premier North American trade event for the medical device industry in Anaheim, CA, February 5-7, 2019.. CoorsTek technical ceramic components provide a high level of confidence for medical OEMs for use in implantable devices and surgical components. Both biocompatible and stable, technical ceramics can outperform metals and plastics in critical medical applications. Read More
January 21 2019
CoorsTek is bringing its vision of “Make the world measurably better” to life at Hannover Messe with several new developments to support the growing semiconductor industry. Read More
January 16 2019
CoorsTek and Deltapore conducted a series of on-site field tests to compare the quality of coolant fluids utilizing a traditional centrifuge filtration versus ceramic hollow fiber membrane technology. Read More