SCT Ceramics is a leading global supplier of brazed, ceramic-to-metal feedthroughs and casings for the active implantable medical device (AIMD) industry. Our clients’ end-products include pacemakers, defibrillators, cochlear implants and neurostimulation devices.

We emphasize collaborative client relationships in order to deliver the highest quality results and to guarantee performance, precision and reliability.  Our in-house R&D and Design and Engineering teams deliver innovative solutions to modern problems such as miniaturization and RF transparency. From prototypes to series manufacturing, we provide integrated services that add value while minimizing cost and lead times.


SCT Ceramics has over a century of experience in technical and advanced ceramics. Under the ALUCER® brand, we offer a range of high-purity, alumina formulas utilized across a variety of markets. Our biocompatible ceramic can be shaped to precision level requirements and is an ideal candidate for implantable packages due to its dielectric properties, corrosion resistance, biocompatibility and high mechanical strength.

In addition to aluminum oxide, we offer solutions in zirconia, sapphire or ruby. Custom materials can be developed to meet specific requirements.


The heart of our technological expertise lies in our mastery of ceramic-to-metal brazing. Our brazing technology produces an ultra-reliable hermetic seal, ideal for the most extreme and precious environments, such as the human body.


SCT Ceramics’ Medical Applications Division is devoted to developing and manufacturing implantable feedthroughs and casings for medical markets such as cardiac, cochlear and neurostimulation. All of our quality inspections and guarantees meet global medical market regulations. IQ, OQ and PQ phases are baked into our product development cycle and our Process Validation Plan makes use of validated flowcharts and quality documents in accordance with ISO 13485 standards. In addition, we use leading continuous improvements methods such as Six Sigma, 5S and Statistical Process Control (SPC).

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Pauline Amblard