Kilns in Decorative Ceramics

By Miguel Ten 28-Mar-2019 07:00:00

Decorative ceramics are characterized by fast firing cycles with values below 30 minutes in some countries. Of course this is not the standard value, but it gives an idea of how well adapted these kilns are to fast firing. At the same time, being one of the main polluting points in decorative ceramics manufacturing process, lots of efforts have been dedicated in order to reduce CO2 emissions, as well as some other highly pollutants (NOx, HCl, HF, heavy metals, Sox, VOCs, among others).

The next challenge in the horizon will be automation, though a lot of improvements have been done in order to bring self-regulation and high optimization of the full firing process.

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Temaer: Decorative, optimization, kilns

Kiln firings: History, development and types of Structural kilns

By Jonathan Savage 14-Mar-2019 13:17:57

Throughout the centuries of brick and tile making the manufacturing, drying and the firing of the products has continued to evolve to ensure demand, styles and supply are met. However although manufacturing and drying are based on a small number of routes which continue to evolve the firing process has probably seen the most changes over this time frame.

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Temaer: Structural, Clay additives, optimization, bricks, kilns

QUESTION OF THE MONTH: Kilns

By Yaiza Paños 08-Mar-2019 15:38:26

This month we will talk about kilns. From their importance during the manufacturing process of both bricks and tiles, to new kilns and trends we can find nowadays. We have asked some questions to our ceramics experts and here is what they have told us. 

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Temaer: Question of the month, Clay additives, kilns

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