Clay Ceramics

Clay ceramics are non-metallic and inorganic solids with a wide range of useful properties and benefits including strength and hardness, high melting point, good thermal and electrical insulation. The most widely known clay ceramics are pottery, brick, glass, cement and cement but ceramics are actually used in a wide variety of functions. Types of clay ceramics are Common clay (used in cement, bricks and aggregate), Kaolin (used in the making of glossy paper), Bentonite (has a wide variety of industrial uses, including drilling mud and foundry sand, but is also found in household products which absorb pet waste), Ball clay (used in ceramics, sanitary ware, and tiles) Fuller's Earth (used in products which provide solutions for pet-waste) and Fire clay (used in refractory cement and bricks). Clay ceramics are used in a wide variety of industries, including sanitary ware, pet products, paper making industry and pottery.

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