Manufacturer of high precision technical ceramics parts
and ceramic injection molding

we are supplier of high precision technical ceramics components

We manufacture in Switzerland high precision Advanced Ceramics components.  Zirconia (ZrO2), high purity Alumina (Al2O3) and custom-made ceramic materials .

Adamou is specialized in the ceramic injection moulding of net shape Technical ceramic parts within the required tolerances without machining.

Our after sintering polishing process can achieve surface finish up to grade N1- N2.

High-tech applications

High Hardness, excellent Chemical, Thermal, mechanical and Wear resistance, Bio-compatilibility, with a very good ability to be polished up to grade N1 enable the Advanced Ceramics to be used in a broad range of high-tech applications involving the following key markets :

Chemical Industry, Medical, Microtechnic, Industrial equipment 

Objectives & Materials

For applications requiring high wear and corrosion resistance we provide Technical Ceramics in a range of high purity Aluminum oxide, Zirconium oxide partially or full stabilized with Yttrium oxide or Magnesium oxide.

The study and development of advanced ceramic materials over rescent years has found the way to drastically increase their properties.

Objectives & Production

To satisfy the growing demand of more complex shape ceramic components, post sintering machining with diamond tools is one of the way to meet the customers requirements, but this means several machining hours with the consequent increase of the manufacturing cost.

We have developed our special Ceramic injection molding and are now able to meet tolerances as small as +/- 3 microns without machining.

Contact Us

Type the following below: APPLE123


Route de l'Industrie n° 2
CH 1163 Etoy

Tel. : +41218062842

"Adamou Sàrl of Etoy, Switzerland, is using ceramic injection moulding (CIM) to produce a sintered valve seat from 99.9% alumina powder."

Featured in: Powder Injection Moulding International magazine

Member of The American Ceramic Society