PI Ceramic develops and produces high-quality piezoceramic materials as well as piezo components to be used as actuators or sensors.

As manufacturer of piezoceramics, PI Ceramic offers piezo actuators, piezo composites and complete system solutions for research and industry in high-tech markets worldwide.

With experience, know-how and highly flexible technological processes, PI Ceramic reliably meets customer- and application-specific demands and reacts quickly to the market's requirements.

All key technologies and the tools required for the production of piezo ceramics are available in-house.

PI Ceramic gives insights into piezo technology and explains the characteristics of piezo ceramics, piezo actuators and piezo composites. Detailed drawings, diagrams and calculations of the actuators' reliability and lifetime illustrate the high performance of piezoceramic components.

Discover more about the broad range of production technologies, from ceramic powders to component assembly.


News and Announcements

Spherical Piezo Elements Enable Use in 360° Ultrasonic Applications


PI Ceramic now manufactures piezo components as hemispheres and hollow spheres. These types of components are particularly suitable for use as 360° transmitters such as those used in sonar technology.

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New Product Series in the PICMA® Stack Multilayer Actuator Range


PI Ceramic is expanding its portfolio of round multilayer piezo actuators. They are now available without inner hole in lengths of 16 mm, 36 mm or 77 mm and provide travel ranges from 14 µm to 70 µm. The diameter is 16 mm.

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PI Ceramic Expands its PICMA® Chip Product Range


Rings and Round Chips With Larger Dimensions

PICMA® Chip miniature multilayer piezo actuators with up to 16 mm diameter for dynamic applications in the fields of laser tuning, micro dispensing and life science.

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Featured Facts

Ultrasonic Sensors – Highly Sensitive and Silent


From measuring heat quantities or flow rates through nondestructive materials testing, level and vibration measurement to infusion and dialysis monitoring:

Ultrasonic sensors make many everyday processes easier and safer.

Ultrasound is sound with frequencies above the human hearing range, starting at around 16 kHz. Since ultrasound spreads in solids, liquids or gases, it can be used universally. Piezoelectric transducers generate and detect ultrasonic waves and process them – a process which is called electromechanical conversion. They are therefore the active element in ultrasonic sensors. 

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