Energy-saving technology for household porcelain
Paste compositions are worked out using quartz-feldspar raw material from Ukraine together with oxide mineralizers. The adoption of an energy-saving technology for household porcelain will make it possible to significantly lower the energy intensiveness of production and shorten the firing cycle.
Key wordslow-temperature porcelain mineralizer phase formation mullite cordierite
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