We Are...

Since 1980 it has been a journey tinged with excitement. When we started more than almost four decades ago we only had enthusiasm to speak for us. Today we have a proud track record. Spread over an area of 1 Acre and manufacturing operations housed in 5 separate manufacturing buildings with dedicated facilities housing the latest eqUipments ancl a highly skilled work force of about 50 people.
Industrial Ceramics has complete in-house capabilities to design, engineer, tool and manufacture technical ceramics to customer requirements in areas of:
  • High Temperature Applications (upto 1800°C)
  • Corrosive Applications
  • Highly Abrasive Applications
  • Chemical and thermal analysis laboratories
  • Heating Systems


Excellence with competitive edge mode possible with constant innovation.

We Do...

Industrial Ceramics has a wide variety of sophisticated facilities to ensure consistent production to demanding specification. The design of the plant ensures maximum flexibility.

Some of our manufacturing capabilities include

  • Slip costing
  • Die Compaction
  • Vacuum Extrusion e Tobletting
  • Pressure Costing
  • Pneumatic and vibratory compaction
  • Green machining
  • Post firing grinding and lopping

Our firing facilities include

  • 10 cu mtr top hot Kiln 1700”C
  • 8 cu mtr Trolley DD kiln 1600”C
  • 1.5 cult electric furnace 1750”C
  • Pressure Costing
  • Pneumatic and vibratory compaction
  • Green machining
  • Post firing grinding and lopping

We care...

Monitoring of material at all stages of manUfacturing processes. Stringent testing of raw material and finished products has ensured rigid quality standards of finished products. Total quality is our aim and we seek to achieve it throUgh constant investment in the skills of our people, research and development, process improvement and by careful attention to the ever changing needs of our customers.
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Why you should use Industrial Ceramics Slip Cast Tubes.

The advantages of using our slip cast tubes over extruded tubes (most commonly produced globally) Thermocouple Tubes are used to protect the sensing element at very high temperatures. The tubes are closed at one end. Inside the tube is housed the sensor or temperature sensing element. Failure of the ceramic tube can cause serious damage to the sensor leading to erroneous reading and very obvious losses in manufacturing process.

It is understandable that the |oint is a weak spot. Our discussions with the Overseas Companies in Europe as also with reputed Indian Companies brought to light the fact that very freqUently the tubes fail at the |oint, sometimes very prematurely. Tubes produced by Industrial Ceramics are slipcast and the complete tube including the closed end is made in one single piece-there is no |oint in the tube and hence no inherent weak spots for failure to occur. In high temperature application the cost of Ceramic Tubes is substantially lower than the cost of the sensor. It is hence important that the service life of the tube be as long as possible. FailUre of the protecting tube should hence be avoided. Using Industrial Ceramics Slipcast Tubes ensures optimum life of thermocouples.

Most tubes available globally are extruded. The process of manufacturing one end closed tubes by extrusion is as follows

  • The tube is first extruded.
  • Closed end made separately.
  • ExtrUded tube and closed end joined separately.

Advantages of Slipcast Tubes:

  • Uniform and better microstructure.
  • Better thermal cycling properties.
  • Lesser defects than extruded tubes.
  • Thermocouple Tubes and Insulating Beads( upto 2050mm long)
  • Heating element support tubes( upto 2050mm long)
  • Collar tubes for lead out
  • Tubes for Induction Heating Equipment
  • Labware (crucibles, trays, boats, alumina rods, plates, dilatometer tubes & Extensometer Rods)
  • Customized and Machined Ceramics


  • Muffles
  • Saggars
  • Grooved Bricks
  • Heating element support Tubes
  • Muffle Sets
  • Radiation Tube heater Discs and Spacers
  • Collar Tubes
  • Ferrules and Tuyere Sleeves