Ceramics, one of the oldest crafts in the world
Still innovating all the time
not only exists as a work of art
It also exists as a daily necessities in our lives
Ceramics · The sense of art in life
As one of the representatives of Chinese culture, ceramics, the English name Ceramic or china, is the product of the encounter between earth and flame. After screening, crushing, mixing, molding and calcining, the natural clay will be fired at different temperatures to produce different types of ceramics.
The history of pottery making in China has a long history. It has developed for nearly 10,000 years from the Neolithic Age. The types of porcelain are very complex, and different porcelains are used in different aspects. For example, ceramic dinnerware, which we most often come into contact with, do you really understand?
Many people have always heard of ceramics since childhood, but in fact they can’t tell the difference between pottery and porcelain. In fact, the difference between pottery and porcelain is mainly in the firing temperature.
Ceramics fired from clay at low temperature have strong water absorption and low firing difficulty. The surface is relatively rough without glazing, and even obvious particles can be seen, which is called pottery;
Ceramics fired at high temperature have high hardness, crisp and pleasant percussion sound, high difficulty in firing, and smooth surface even without glaze, which is called porcelain. Ceramic dinnerware that we often come into contact with in our daily life belongs to porcelain.
Durability depends on temperature and material
When ordinary clay is fired in a kiln, the material properties are not resistant to high temperature and are very unstable, and no high temperature resistant porcelain can be fired. The standard firing temperature of high-temperature porcelain is generally above 1250 degrees, so high-temperature-fired porcelain needs to use high-temperature-resistant high-quality clay such as kaolin. The enhanced porcelain fired in this way is very popular in hotel restaurants.
The dinnerware of Winwin Ceramics is produced with high-aluminum formula. The glazed surface does not contain heavy metals such as lead, cadmium and other elements that are harmful to the body.
The selection method of high temperature porcelain is mainly based on whiteness, weight, thinness and light transmittance. The better the porcelain, the stronger the light transmission and the clearer the sound.
The win-win dinnerware is sintered at 1350 degrees Celsius, with high density, hardness up to 8400Mpa, and is resistant to knife and fork scribing; the bottom is finely ground and does not damage the tabletop. The whiteness of the ceramics is over 82 degrees, which is one of the world’s top high-whiteness ceramics.
The craft of the glaze determines whether it affects health
Glaze, covering the ceramic surface, is used to prevent the contamination of the ceramic matrix, increase the strength of the ceramic surface and a layer of glassy thin layer for anti-corrosion and other functions. Most of the time we don’t have access to the ceramic matrix, and we are dealing with the glaze, so the safety of the glaze has become our top priority.
The material of the win-win ceramic glaze has passed a number of strict international certifications, including the German SGS certification. Safe and reliable glazed material is an important prerequisite for making daily necessities full of artistic atmosphere, and both beauty and safety are the characteristics of a win-win product.
In addition to self-designed dinnerware, Win-Win Ceramics can also allow customers to customize freely. The exquisite color glaze and flower paper manufacturing technology can satisfy the customer’s dinnerware design to the greatest extent, and let the beauty bloom on the ceramics.
Post time: Sep-27-2022