About us

About Us, Sialon Ceramics

We have been supplying the molten aluminium industry since 1986

Our Vision

Specialist producers of high quality long-life (Si3Al3N3O5) Silicon Nitride technical ceramics, we are also leaders in the field of ultrasonic degassing and grain refinement using propriety ultrasonic technology. We strive;

  • To provide high quality consumables to the molten non-ferrous industry.
  • To provide goods predominantly from stock with a maximum of 4 weeks lead-time.
  • To provide an outstandingly high level of service.
  • To further develop a new Green technology involving ultrasonic degassing, grain refinement and micro-alloying; we recently created a new aluminium alloy with steel properties.
  • To further develop the use of Green technology in our battery project; an ultra-capacitor energy storage device for EV and photovoltaic solar cells.

Our Mission

With 34 years of global experience gained from operating within the aluminium industry, our aim is to continue to work with customers throughout the world, extending our reach by continuing to improve and add to our high quality product offering.

Professional Consulting

Our knowledgeable, expert and multilingual consultants are able to assist and work with clients situated worldwide, able to converse in English, Dutch, German and French.

Invaluable Ideas

We provide knowledge and experience related to all aspects of the global molten aluminium industry, continually bringing to the fore a plethora of new and invaluable ideas.

Tremendous Experience

Sialon Ceramics Ltd. represents a group of skilled and adept professionals who between them have many years' experience spent working within the molten aluminium industry

Global Reach

Our focus is on working with clients located worldwide, involving all major players. If you would like to find out more about Sialon and what we are able to offer you, contact us today.

Sialon Ceramics
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With integrated thermocouple

Sialon Immersion Heaters with 12 months warranty against electrical defects

in molten aluminium