earthwaterfire.com is a global e-commerce platform established by Anderman Ceramics and a strategic alliance of leading international technical ceramic manufacturers and distributors. The platform offers an extensive range of standard technical ceramic products / parts on-line as well as an express enquiry service for custom-design components.
earthwaterfire.com primarily serves industrial consumers of technical ceramic parts and components for use in heat treatment, electrical, chemical and corrosion, and wear applications.
earthwaterfire provides a total solution for technical ceramics online by establishing a worldwide network of complementary specialist technical ceramic manufacturers and globally offering their standard and customised products, utilising our skilled multilingual sales support and technical personnel.
Anderman Ceramics and the earthwaterfire.com platform brings together specialist manufacturing operations in Europe and the USA in combination with local stockholding and distribution centres in the UK, France and the USA. The platform is supported by dedicated technical sales customer service teams providing fast and efficient service, from confirming prices, product availability and delivery schedules, to offering expert technical advice in selecting appropriate materials and designs for both standard and custom parts.
Yes, we accept payment by Visa or Master Card. (A Copy of our normal account form is also available on the website.)
Stock items are normally dispatched in 1-3 days . Non stock items will be advised on our quote/order acknowledgement.
Yes, we carry many customer specific stocks and are happy to provide assistance with just in time deliveries, consignment stocks and stock management.
We are more than happy to help. Just let us know and we will provide as much help as you require.
Standard tubes are manufactured to DIN Standard 40 680 (1983). This varies with the diameter/length of tubes. If you have a specific size we can supply this data.
Around a maximum of1500c for porous alumina and 1750 for dense alumina depending upon the grade used.
Ceramic bonding materials are available to join ceramic to ceramic and these can work well at temperatures over 1000c however, where possible it is always better to use a single piece ceramic or to join several pieces together during the manufacturing process prior to the final firing of the parts.
Ceramics are weak in tension environments but with careful design they can be used in some cases. If a ceramic is to be subject to tension loading then please discuss this with us.
Some ceramics can withstand considerable thermal shock whilst others are more prone. Pre heating or gentle temperature gradients are always a good idea if possible as this will help increase the life of the ceramic.
In situations where you need high temperature, chemical, wear or electrical properties then ceramics will often out perform metal parts. In many cases the ceramic will also prove to be more cost effective in these environments.
Sign up to get informative Anderman Ceramics updates delivered to your inbox.
You can unsubscribe from this information at any time.