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What is the Ceramic?What is the Classification Of Ceramics?
Aug 16, 2017

Ceramics are natural clay and a variety of natural minerals as the main raw material through the crushing and mixing, molding and calcination of the preparation of various materials.

The product that is fired at a high temperature in a special kiln is called a ceramic.

The traditional concept of ceramics refers to all the inorganic industrial materials such as clay and other inorganic non-metallic minerals as raw materials. It comprises a variety of articles made from clay or a mixture containing clay by kneading, forming and calcining.

From the most rough soil to the finest fine pottery and porcelain belong to its range.

Its main raw material is taken from the natural silicate minerals (such as clay, quartz, etc.), and therefore with glass, cement, enamel, refractories and other industries, belong to the "silicate industry" category.

The main producing are as of ceramics for Jingdezhen,Dehua, Chaozhou,Foshan,Gaoan, Fengcheng, Pingxiang, Lichuan, Zibo, Tangshan, North flow and other places.

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Ceramics are made of natural raw materials such as feldspar, clay and quartz. They are typical silicate materials. The main constituent elements are silicon, aluminum and oxygen. These three elements account for 90% of the total crustal elements. Rich, low cost, mature technology. This type of ceramic performance characteristics and uses can be divided into ceramics for daily use, building ceramics, electrical insulation ceramics, chemical ceramics.

1, ceramics for daily use: such as tableware, tea, cylinder, altar, pots, cans, plates, dishes, bowls and so on.

2, art (craft) ceramics: such as vases, sculpture, garden ceramics, utensils, picture frames, murals, furnishings and so on.

3, industrial ceramics: refers to the application of ceramics for various industries. Also divided into the following four aspects:

① building a sanitary ceramics: such as brick, drain, tile, wall, sanitary ware, etc .;

② chemical (chemical) ceramics: for a variety of chemical industry, acid-resistant containers, pipes, towers, pumps, valves and boring reaction tank acid brick,

③ porcelain: for the power industry high and low voltage transmission line insulators. Motor casing, pillar insulators, low voltage electrical appliances and lighting insulators, as well as telecommunications insulators, radio insulators, etc .;

④ special ceramics: for a variety of modern industry and cutting-edge science and technology of special ceramic products, high alumina oxygen porcelain, magnesia porcelain, titanium magnesite porcelain, zircon stone porcelain, lithium porcelain, and magnetic porcelain , Metal ceramics and so on.


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