Technology has advanced at an extraordinarily fast pace. From raw material production to end use, the requirements on industrial and commercial technologies and equipment have developed equally rapidly. Design engineers are consistently looking for ways to improve performance in systems where strength, extreme temperatures, electrical insulation, chemical resistance, and other demands are persistent factors. Metal and polymer technologies can’t always meet the stringent levels of material performance needed in many of today’s advanced applications.
To learn more about how technical ceramics can outperform traditional materials in many industry application, including test data and applications, download The Powerhouse of Advanced Materials: Ceramics.
June 10 2022
CoorsTek joined local, county, and state officials to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Advanced Materials Processing (AMP) expansion at its Benton, Arkansas facility. Read More
Historic CoorsTek Ceramics Featured in DIA Exhibit
The Denver International Airport (DIA) is internationally recognized for its extensive public art collection and Colorado-inspired rotating exhibits. The temporary exhibitions aim to connect a local and global audience to the environment and culture of Colorado. Colorado Clay, the newest exhibit to be featured at DIA explores the history and popularity of clay in Colorado. CoorsTek has a long, rich history that includes the use of Colorado clays, and we are proud to be featured in the current exhibit at the airport!
coorstek receives approval for 9th street project
CoorsTek is excited to announce it has received unanimous approval from the Golden, Colorado City Council this week for its 9th Street redevelopment plan. As a sign of incredible endorsement from the city of Golden, we received a 20-year vesting period for every key element of our vision and package of community benefits.
We discontinued manufacturing operations at our 9th St. facility in 2021, and plans are underway to replace the industrial operations with a vibrant new mixed-use district of commercial, residential, and hospitality uses that will be built over the next decade or so.