Ceramatec was founded by two University of Utah Professors to make beta alumina for sodium sulfur batteries.
Ceramatec began to manufacturer oxygen sensors in the 1980s and develop various ceramic materials.
Elkchem and McDermott invest and take ownership of Ceramatec. Also, during this time developed solid oxide fuel cell technology.
1.4 kW NorCell Consortium Methane Fueled Planar SOFC
Ceramatec becomes a research company and expands its technology portfolio.
Several new companies formed: Maxtec, LoTEC, Microlin, Emi-Sense which later became part of CoorsTek Sensors.
Plasma Oxidizer Operating at Kobe Steel DAVINCH CWD (Chemical weapons destruction) facility in Japan.
CoorsTek acquires Ceramatec.
18 kW SOEC operating at the INL for the DOE Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative.
Commissioning of 4 inch diameter Fischer Tropsch (FT)
Ceramatec receives commercial orders for its non-thermal plasma reformer technology.
Ceramatec commercializes its Oxyselect devices that can produce ultra-pure oxygen.
Ceramatec creates an incubator company called Sterio3 to commercialize its Rugged Ozone Sterilization System (ROSS).