A ceramic insulator is a non-conductive insulator made from red, brown, or white porous clay that provides a bridge between electronic components and has high dielectric strength and constant and low electrical loss. It is easy to maintain and resistant to stains and various residue forms. It is found in various electronic applications, from power distribution centers to cell phones. Ceramic material as insulation is due to its non-conductivity and exceptional mechanical strength. The insulator is made for commercial uses. The ceramic insulator is made for use in various industries.