General ZCI

  • ZIRCAR Ceramics’ Stacked Blanket Kiln Lids

    ZIRCAR Ceramics owns and operates nearly 2 dozen kilns. Several are small top loading kilns that are fired to 1300C. By replacing the original IFB lined lids with a stacked blanket (ZIRCAR’s Alumina Type NMB) we have extended the life of the lid significantly, made the kiln more energy efficient and with the simple lift […]

  • Maximum PIW!

    Check out this new advertisement we created to be featured in Light Metal Age magazine. Hope our aluminum customers like it as much as we do!     Maximum PIW David Hamling Vice President

  • ZIRCAR Ceramics’ Furnace Insulation Modules Type FIM

    Our “FIM” Furnace Insulation Modules are pre-assembled engineered packages of a multi-layer ZIRCAR Ceramics Insulation system. These two FIMs have a board lining that consists of our alumina SALI as hot face, ZAL-15 as the intermediate layer and ECO-1200B as the backup layer. FRA -600 is the outer hardboard layer. The insulation system and the […]

  • WOW, you can really hang your hat on our new Alumina Adhesive AL-CEM/DB1!

    Our new AL-CEM/DB-1 is one strong Al2O3 adhesive.  After receiving so many customer requests for a high temperature Al2O3 cement that would “bite” to many different materials, ZIRCAR Ceramics has responded and is now offering its new Alumina Adhesive Type AL-CEM/DB-1. DB-1, as we refer to it, is an easy to use, air-setting adhesive that […]

  • ZIRCAR Ceramics Now Designs With Inventor!

    So many of our customers would send us 3D files, such as Solid Works, when submitting request for quotations. For years we would ask them if they would either convert them to a AutoCad 2000i or dimensioned PDFs. We have recently upgraded our design/drafting software to AutoDesk Inventor and now welcome your 3D files. Click […]

  • ZIRCAR Ceramics’ Thermal Processing Storefront

    Hello everyone. This is my very first entry into ZIRCAR’s blog. Please bear with me. I just wanted to share our listing that appears on the Thermal Processing Storefront. Here is a brief look at what you can read when you hit the link below. See the whole page here!  Stay tuned for more. Thanks […]