Introduction to the composition of ceramic candle vessel
Let me first talk about ceramic cups. Ceramic cups are cups made of ceramics for drinking wine, water, tea, etc. The so-called “ceramic” is a shape made of clay, which is made of clay or other inorganic non-metallic materials and processed by molding and sintering processes to decorate and protect the walls and floors of buildings. After drying, it is heated to a certain degree to harden it and no longer dissolve in water. The ceramic candle vessel is made of ceramic cups with candles, and the decorative effect is also very good.
The main components of the ceramic candle vessel include kaolin, clay, porcelain stone, porcelain clay, colorant, blue and white material, lime glaze, lime alkali glaze, etc. So the raw material of kaolin ceramics is a kind of clay mainly composed of kaolinite. Pure kaolin is a dense or loose block with a white and light gray appearance. When it is contaminated by other impurities, it can be dark brown, pink, beige, etc., with a slippery feel. It is easy to knead into a powder by hand. After calcination, the color is white and has high refractoriness. It is an excellent raw material for porcelain.