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  • Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating refined minerals, often including clay in the form of kaolinite, to high temperatures in a kiln at temperatures between 1,200 °C (2,192 °F) and 1,400 °C (2,552 °F). The toughness, strength, and translucence of porcelain arise mainly from the formation at these high temperatures of glass and the mineral mullite within the fired body.
  • Porcelain was named after its resemblance to the white, shiny cowry, called in old Italian porcella, because the curved shape of its upper surface resembles the curve of a pig's back.
  •  Properties associated with porcelain include low permeability and elasticity; high strength, hardness, glassiness, durability, whiteness, translucence, resonance, brittleness; high resistance to chemical attack and thermal shock.
  • Western porcelain is generally divided into the three main categories of hard-paste, soft-paste and bone china, depending on the composition
    of the paste.
  • The primary components of porcelain are clays, feldspar or flint, and silica, all characterized by small particle size. To create different types of porcelain, craftspeople combine these raw materials in varying proportions until they obtain the desired green (unfired) and fired properties.
  • After the raw materials are selected and the desired amounts weighed, they go through a series of preparation steps. First, they are crushed and purified. Next, they are mixed together before being subjected to one of four forming processes—soft plastic forming, stiff plastic forming, pressing, or casting; the choice depends upon the type of ware being produced.
  • After the porcelain has been formed, it is subjected to a final purification process, bisque-firing, before being glazed. Glaze is a layer of decorative glass applied to and fired onto a ceramic body. The final manufacturing phase is firing, a heating step that takes place in a type of oven called a kiln.
  • Porcelain is used to make table, kitchen, sanitary and decorative wares, objects of fine art and tiles. Its high resistance to the passage of electricity makes porcelain an excellent insulating material and it is widely used for high-voltage insulators. It is also used in dentistry to make false teeth, caps and crowns.
  • High-quality porcelain art and dinnerware will continue to enhance the culture. Improvements in manufacturing will continue to increase both productivity and energy efficiency. For instance, a German kiln manufacturer has developed a prefabricated tunnel kiln for fast firing high-quality porcelain in less than 5 hours. Firing is achieved by partly reducing atmosphere at a maximum firing temperature of 2,555
    degrees Fahrenheit (1,400 degrees Celsius). The kiln uses high-velocity burners and an automatic control system, producing 23,000 pounds
    (11,500 kilograms) of porcelain in 24 hours.
  • Over the past years, domestic production of Porcelain in Russia has declined drastically. The decay in the porcelain industry is wrapped up with a tradition of producers having placed the pieces with international awards in museum cases, instead of using them for mass production. The result is that the Russian porcelain industry is trying hard to compete with overseas suppliers in terms of quantity, with hand-painted tea sets, for example, sold for as little as US$15 each.
  • The lower-end market has already been taken over by cheap imports from Ukraine (a traditional source of porcelain clay since the 1740s) and
    more recently, China. The harsh fact is that consumers prefer cheap chinaware to the traditional hand-painted, modestly-priced but still
    delicately transparent porcelain on offer from local factories.
  • Porcelain for Everyone: The Chinaware Aesthetic in the Early Modern Era
  • Dental porcelain
  • Useful Facts about Porcelain
  • Porcelain
  • Which Is The Real Porcelain?
  • Porcelain-Installation and Maintenance
  • A twisted tale of Chinese porcelain
  • Porcelain Production process
  • How Porcelain is Made
  • Process of Manufacturing Porcelain
  • Porcelain Manufacture
  • Porcelain Manufacturing
  • Porcelain: How Products are Made
  • Porcelain Manufacturing Process
  • Effect of titania on fired characteristics of triaxial porcelain
  • Fault Prediction in the Production of Porcelain art Pieces


  • Porcelain – Properties and Applications
  • Porcelain of Porcelain Enamel
  • Synthesis and properties of feldspar ceramics designated for metal–ceramics composites
  • Porcelain Material Properties
  • Mechanical And Physical Properties
  • Porcelain Properties
  • Stain Resistance of Porcelain Stoneware Tile

Company Profiles

  • Company in Thailand
  • Company in New Zealand
  • Company in Cluj-Napoca
  • Company in Taihang
  • Company in Italy
  • Company in Kangkhoi
  • Porcelain Tile - regular & stone look
  • Choice of ceramic for use in treatments with porcelain laminate veneers
  • Ceramics in Dental Applications
  • Fiber Filled Dental Porcelain
  • Fluorescent Dental Porcelain
  • Method for Manufacturing a Porcelain Body in a Desired Shape
  • Process for Manufacturing False Teeth
  • Corundum porcelain composition, processes for its preparation and use
  • High strength feldspathic porcelain
  • Process for manufacturing dental prosthetics based on ceramics
  • Consultant in Wilmington, DE
  • Experts in chemical porcelain
  • Consultant in Sweden
  • List of Consultants
  • Pottery Consultants


  • CAD/CAM Technology
  • Computer-Integrated Ceramics Manufacturing
  • The Innovative Porcelain Concept
  • The Discovery of European Porcelain Technology
  • Leucite Porcelain


  • Liquid Porcelain
  • Porcelain Products List
  • Porcelain Products
  • Quality Porcelain Products
  • Porcelain Tile


  • Putting the Porcelain Pieces Back Together- Indigenous and Foreign Funding Create a Sustainable Cultural Project
  • Porcelain-Industry Project
  • Production of coagulant and raw material for production of porcelain - Investment Project
  • Project Profile on Chemical Porcelain Ware

Machinery Suppliers

  • Chemical Agitator Suppliers
  • Ball Mill Suppliers
  • Filter Press Manufacturers
  • Pressure gauges Suppliers
  • Motor Starter Supplier
  • Diaphragm Pump Suppliers
  • Porcelain glass reactor Supplier
  • Processing Equipment Manufacturer
  • Manufacturer of Vibrating Screen

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Porcelain Chrome & Coil Cleaner Concentrate
  • BondPro™ Porcelain Bond Enhancer
  • Pulpdent Porcelain Etch Gel
  • Porcelain Pledge
  • Prismatik Porcelain
  • Porcelain Repair


  • Breaking into Russia's porcelain market
  • The Porcelain Trade
  • Ceramic and Porcelain Tableware Market in United States of America
  • Porcelain and Pottery Trade Marks
  • Porcelain Veneers: a Challenging Case
  • Minimal Invasive Dentistry for the Twenty First Century Clinical Report
  • Evaluation of Shear Bond Strength of Composite to Porcelain According to Surface Treatment
  • Porcelain Laminate Veneers: It’s The Porcelain That Counts
  • Porcelain-on-Steel Cooking Ware From China and Taiwan, and Top-of-the-Stove Stainless Steel Cooking Ware From Korea and Taiwan

Raw Materials

  • Ball Clay
  • China Clay
  • Feldspar
  • Quartz
  • Zinc

Raw Material Suppliers

  • Ball Clay Suppliers
  • China Clay Suppliers
  • Felspar Suppliers
  • Packaging Material Suppliers
  • Quartz Suppliers
  • Quartz UK Suppliers
  • Zinc Suppliers
  • Zirconium Chemical Suppliers


  • Porcelain Manufacturers
  • Porcelain & Porcelainware Directory
  • Dental Porcelain Suppliers
  • Porcelain China Suppliers
  • Domestic Porcelain Suppliers
  • Porcelain Manufacturers and Porcelain Suppliers

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