CERSOL- Your Reliable Advanced Ceramic Supplier
Based in China, Zhuhai Cersol Technology Co., Ltd engages in providing excellent solutions of advanced ceramic material to worldwide clients in the fields of mechanical engineering, electronics, chemical, metallurgy, energy, medical and other industries.
Cersol has established a joint laboratory with the famous domestic research institutions of advanced ceramics to provide a strong guarantee to the development and verification of products. Cersol’s products have been strictly certified by China Building Material Test & Certification Group Co., Ltd. (CTC) . And the technical solutions provided by Cersol have passed the evaluation of the Expert Committee of Advanced Ceramic material.
Cersol is able to provide advanced ceramics with excellent mechanical, chemical, electrical and thermal properties, including but not limited to oxide ceramics, nitride ceramics and carbide ceramics. Meanwhile, Cersol can customize various sophisticated ceramic products according to the needs of clients.
Zhi’ang Sun, senior engineer of professor level . He has been engaged in the research and development of special alumina powder materials since 1982. In 1990, he established the Special Ceramics Research Office of Zhengzhou Light Metal Research Institute and served as the director of the office until 2000. He used to be the chief engineer of China Great Wall Aluminum Co., Ltd and Henan Changxing Industrial Co., Ltd. Now he is the expert of China Aluminum Corporation and the department of science and technology of Henan Province and Fujian Province.
Yaguang Sun is a doctor as well as senior engineer of professor level. He used to be the chief engineer of Guangdong Orient zirconic Ino Sci & Tech Co., Ltd. (Stock Code: 002167). At present, he teaches in the School of Material Science and Engineering of Henan University of Technology. Professor Sun participated in a number of research projects of ministerial and national level, wrote more than 90 pieces of project initiation reports, research reports and research papers, and applied for 12 national invention patents.