What is porcelain ceramic?

Porcelain ceramic is one of the newest members of the ceramic family, which is produced in special conditions with high pressure and heat.

 This type of ceramic is made from a combination of Chinese clay and a mineral called kaolin, which helps porcelain ceramics to be more resistant to temperature changes than ordinary ceramics.


Types of porcelain ceramics
Porcelain ceramics are divided in terms of materials and type of ceramic coating, which we will become more familiar with in the following.

Classification based on ingredients:
Porcelain ceramics are divided into three categories in terms of ingredients: hard dough, soft dough and bone crust.

Hard-paste porcelain ceramics are produced from fluxopati stone under high temperature.