What is Ceramic? It is obtained by mixing clay, kaolin, siliceous sand and other mineral raw materials, shaping them in steel molds under high pressure and firing them once. Additives such as chamotte, feldspar, sand, chalk, graphite, and coke powder are added to the ceramic paste in a very small amount to prevent any cracking and breakage before firing.

What is Ceramic Ceramic Types Ceramic Usage Areas Ceramics are shaped by a number of processes such as grinding, sifting and mixing, and are produced by firing at high temperatures. Regardless of the manufacturing method, Ceramic is classified according to its water absorption rates. The water absorption rate is a matter that is directly related to the voids in the material. By looking at the water absorption rate of the ceramic material, it is decided that it is suitable for which location and conditions to be used in which location and space. Due to the types of ceramics, they vary according to the location of the space. Ceramics, which are classified as floor covering materials, are also variable with their water absorption rate and resistance to weather conditions. Ceramic load is used on the floors of shopping malls, cafeterias, restaurants, hospitals, warehouses, gardens, terraces with high human density. In these areas, it is appropriate to use porcelain ceramic models if ceramics is chosen.