ABOUT PIEZO KINETICS
Piezo Kinetics (PKI) is the leading North American manufacturer of specialty piezoelectric elements and assemblies. Through our strong technological positions, we offer the following to our customers:
- Piezoceramic Shapes – Standardized and Customized
- Engineering Collaborations
- Value-Added Manufacturing
- Value-Added Services
- Piezoceramics Material Developments – Application Specific Performance
Piezo Kinetics manufactures piezoelectric crystals and products that are the heartbeat of piezoelectric transducers, piezo pick-ups, piezoelectric actuators, and piezoelectric generators in a multitude of applications. Our piezoceramic products are manufactured from lead zirconate titanate (PZT), lead metaniobate, and other piezoelectric materials.
PKI is located in Bellefonte, PA near Penn State University. We have a rich history in collaboration with the PSU Applied Research Laboratory and work closely in piezo materials development. Our new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility was opened in 2005 and expanded in 2012. PKI utilizes vertically oriented manufacturing processes, bringing high value products and services to many markets.
Piezo Kinetics was founded in 1979 as Nittany Piezo Ceramics. In 1996 PKI was acquired by The Crest Group, an international developer and manufacturer of specialty ultrasonic equipment, with headquarters in Trenton, New Jersey. The Crest Group is the largest privately held multimillion dollar ultrasonic technology company in the world.
In 2017, PKI purchased the Ceramics Division’s assets of Channel Technologies Group (CTG), including all powder formulations and inventories of finished products. This acquisition has made PKI the leading manufacturer of specialty piezoelectric ceramic elements and assemblies.
Achieve the highest level of quality and service through our dedication to:
- Maintain the effectiveness of our Quality Management System
- Comply to all applicable standards and regulatory requirements
- Meet or exceed the customer’s requirements and expectations in a safe and efficient manner
- Utilize continuous improvement
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