CERadvance Engineering Ceramics (Pty) Ltd

Primary contact

Contact: Martin Beyers
e-Mail: martin@ceradvance.co.za

Secondary contact

Contact: Francois Thuynsma
e-Mail: francois@ceradvance.co.za

Company details

Key sector/s:
  • Power
Tel:+27 (0) 11 397 8933
Fax:+27 (0) 11 397 8938
Postal address:


P O Box 9895, Edenglen, 1613


Physical address:


1 Dartfield Road, Cnr. Webb and Dartfield Roads, Jetpark, Boksburg, Gauteng, 1459


Website:http://www.ceradvance.co.za

Company profile

CERadvance was established in 1999 as a niche manufacturer of Technical and Engineering ceramics. Over the years the company has achieved numerous business and engineering awards for its contribution to Science and Engineering including the South African Institute of Tribology  "Best Technical Achievement Award", the National Science and  Technology Forum (DTI) "Best contribution to Science, Engineering and Technology Award", the Da Vinci TT100 " Excellence in the Management of Research Award", the overall winner in the  2010  Sanlam / Business Partners " Entrepreneur of the Year Award" as well as  being a SMME finalist in the Inaugural Premier Business Awards in 2013.  CERadvance is a Level 4 BBEEE company which can contribute local content to infrastructure programs in a wide range of industries (PRASA, Power Africa) and a preferred niche supplier to private customers. The company is a ISO 9001: 2008 certified SMME operating in Gauteng province with a sales office in Chester, UK.

Product & services

CERadvance designs and produces technical and engineering ceramics for the Petro-Chemicals, Power Generation, Manufacturing, Agricultural and Mining & Minerals Processing industries.

Oxide ceramics such as Alumina and Zirconia have high intrinsic hardness and abrasion resistance, which combined with their chemical and high temperature stability make them the materials of choice for a wide range of applications where other materials fail to impress. Electrical properties are also very good.

CERadvance produces technical and engineering ceramics for power generation and distribution amongst others.  Alumina ceramics are  widely used in wear and corrosion applications ranging from coal handling, pulverization and ignition all the way to ash handling and boiler protection  in coal fired power stations. Ceramics also find applications in renewable energy storage and corrosion protection. Excellent dielectric properties and high melting points make technical ceramics ideal for arc arrestors, insulators and electrical housings on the power distribution side.

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