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PV system

On February 24, 2017, the newly installed PV system of BCE Special Ceramics GmbH was launched and connected to the grid. The installation by a regional partner, WIRCON company in Waghäusel (brand name WIRSOL) went smoothly. From planning to start-up only a few weeks passed – and project was delivered within the agreed time line … Continue reading

März 13, 2017

ISO 9001:2015 certification

BCE Special Ceramics GmbH has passed the certification of DIN ISO 9001 in its 2015 version. The new main topics of DIN ISO 9001 standard focus more on relevant processes and interested parties, such as the customers (sic), and less on the documentation itself. This allows more room for intensive continuous improvement (CIP – Continuous … Continue reading

März 13, 2017

BCE is investing in solar power!

In order to remain energy conscious in an energy intense industry, we place great worth on using the power we need efficiently and sustainably. To continue our forward thinking, BCE has decided to install a photovoltaic system which will be able to preform at a kilowatt peak of approximately 100. The system is intended primarily … Continue reading

Dezember 6, 2016

BCE supports Gordon Research Conference (GRC)

BCE Special Ceramics GmbH supports the symposium „Chemical Reactions at Surfaces“ of the well-established Gordon Research Conference , taking place 8 – 13th February 2015 in Ventura, California (USA) (www.grc.org/programs). The GRC provides an excellent program with outstanding speakers from all over the world, especially from Europe, USA and Asia. Most participants work in the field … Continue reading

Februar 1, 2015

Ceramic inner thread realized with M1.2 mm

For a UHV manipulator at the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg (Department of Physical Chemistry), a ceramic sample holder made out of Alumina A-997 was realized containing 6 internal threads M1.2. The sample holder is used in a temperature range from 100 K to 1.500 K for measurements in ultra-high vacuum… Continue reading

Januar 1, 2015