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How To Produce A Ceramic Washbasin Or Toilet?

Wash basins and toilets are indispensable in our bathroom. The most commonly used material is ceramic. But do you know how ceramic washbasins and toilets are made? The following is a general introduction to the production process, which can help you understand better.

PRODUCTION PROCESS

 

1. Clay Pulping

Our raw materials are made of selected high-quality porcelain clay, which is made into mud by secret proportioning. This can ensure that our products are of high quality.

2. Moulding

Our production lines have high-pressure casting and slip casting. The daily output is more than 2000 units, which ensures the daily supply capacity.

3. First Time Drying

When the product is formed, it needs to be air-dried naturally or with the help of a fan to about 50%, which takes about half a day. And then proceed to the next step.

4. Modifying

After the product is air-dried, it needs to be modified, mainly to repair uneven edges and surfaces. After being handled by experienced workers, the product completed the first inspection in the production process.

5. Second Time Drying

This drying is to put the product in a place where there is a residual temperature of the kiln, and drying to about 70%. Make the following steps easier to operate.

6. Semi-finished Product Inspecting

This is the second inspection in the production process, which includes checking and cleaning. Mainly check for defects, such as pinholes, bubbles, etc. At the same time, the surface of the product will be cleaned with a sponge.

7. Glazing

The washbasin uses automatic glaze spraying equipment. The toilet uses manual glaze spraying, which ensures that it can also be sprayed inside the pipe. Our glaze makes the finished product easier to clean and does not change color.

8. Kiln Firing

After spraying the glaze, the products are neatly stacked in front of the kiln, which we called kiln loading. When firing, the highest temperature is 1280℃, so that the water absorption rate of product is less than 0.5%, which ensures that all products are porcelain.

9. Finished Product Inspecting

After the kiln is unloaded, the quality inspector will test the finished product. For basin, it is mainly checking the surface, edge, flatness. For the toilet, it is also necessary to check the flushing function. To ensure that the products we provide to our customers are qualified.

10. Storing

The products that pass the inspection will be placed in the warehouse as inventory. When the customer needs, packing and delivery will be arranged at any time to shorten the lead time.

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