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PI Ceramic -- a leading manufacturer of piezo ceramic materials, piezo components and custom engineered piezo products -- has released a new website.

New Website on Piezo Technology

Posted on July 30th, 2010

New Website with More Information on Piezo Technology

The new website provides more technical background information on general piezo technology, application notes, tips & tricks, and several tutorials on piezo actuators, piezo materials and piezo composite transducers (energy harvesting and structural health monitoring).

Contents is currently available in the following three languages:





About PI Ceramic
PI Ceramic is a leading manufacturer of piezo ceramic components for sensors and actuator applications as well as engineered assemblies for OEM, Industrial and research customers in the following industries:

Lasers & photonics, precision machining, medical, bio-nanotechnology, aerospace and semiconductors. PI Ceramic is a member of the PI (Physik Instrumente) Group of companies and currently employs more than 160 staff. The company was founded in 1992 and was ISO 1994 certified in 1994. It holds a number of patents piezo manufacturing and ultra-reliable multilayer actuators.

For more information, please click here

East: David Rego
Tel: (508) 832-3456
Fax: (508) 832-0506

Midwest Joe McGonagle
(815) 793-3776

West David Steinberg
Tel: (949) 679-9191
Fax: (949) 679-9292


Germany: +49 (721) 4846-0
Italy: +39 (02) 665 011 01
France: +33 (1) 481 039 30
UK: +44 (1582) 764 334

Japan: +81 (6) 6304 5605
China +86 (21) 687 900 08

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