Precision Ceramics, a division of McGeoch Technology, is a company dedicated to the engineering of technical ceramics. From procurement and supply through to technical design and specialist machining, we offer a complete service.
Our reputation for quality and service is truly international with specialist ceramic components engineered by Precision Ceramics finding their way into an ever-widening array of worldwide applications in industries as diverse as aerospace, opto-electronics and nuclear power.
In both new applications and in areas where technical ceramics are already being used, Precision Ceramics has the necessary expertise and in-depth knowledge to quickly find the best way forward for any potential application from prototypes through to full-scale production of components. And once fully up and running, we can easily take the process one stage further by offering expert advice in the engineering of more demanding materials.
The company operates to the very highest quality standards and holds BS5750 Part 1, ISO9000 and BASEEFA approval.
With over twenty years hands-on experience working with technical ceramics, Precision Ceramics have developed a wealth of knowledge in component design, all computer based for speed and accuracy.
Experience gained in actual applications enables us to offer the best possible advice in choice of material. And once made, that choice provides the basis for our technical design team to take a basic idea and turn it into the engineering reality of a finished component.
has extensive in-house machining facilities to enable us to manufacture ceramic
components to the highest specifications. A fully controlled inspection facility
with co-ordinated measurement system accurate to 0.002mm is also in operation
to ensure that our rigorous quality standards are maintained at all times.
specialises in small batches between 1 and 2,000 pieces but are quite happy
to tender for larger quantities.
can offer you a total ceramics solution package, from design and materials selection,
to manufacture and supply of technical/engineering ceramic components to suit
Precision Ceramics supply components manufactured using Macor and Shapal, which are tradenames of Corning and Tokuyama respectively.