Porcelain

A material with a tradition

Development of technical ceramics began in 1849 with porcelain, when the telegraph line between Frankfurt and Berlin was equipped with bell-shaped insulators. The largest application field is still in electrical engineering.

Porcelain has a high dielectric strength, even at high temperatures. In addition, porcelain is tracking-resistant as well as being resistant to corrosion and ageing.

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