Features of Glazed Tiles

August 02,2022

Full-polishing glaze is a very special formula glaze that can be polished on the glaze surface. It is mainly the last glaze applied to antique tiles. At present, it is basically a transparent surface glaze or transparent glaze. The convex-shaped flower glaze, and the fully-polished glazed tiles applied to the full-polished glaze are all the advantages of polished tiles and antique tiles. The general pattern of antique bricks will also be particularly rich, the color is thick or gorgeous.

 

The polished glazed tile products also combine some advantages of polished tiles, antique tiles and ceramic tiles. The products also fully release the subtlety of the matte dark light of glazed tiles, and solve the defect that semi-polished tiles are easy to hide dirt. It has the gloss and porcelain hardness of polished tiles, as well as the high imitation effect of the glazed surface of antique tiles, and the rich printing effect of the glazed surface of the tiles.

 

Glazed Tiles

 

What are the characteristics of glazed tiles?

 

  1. Polished glaze is a special formula glaze that can be polished on the glaze surface. The full-polished glaze applied to the full-polished glaze combines the advantages of polished tiles and antique tiles.

 

  1. The main characteristics of the glaze are that it is transparent and does not cover the underlying surface glaze and various flower glazes. When throwing the glaze, only a thin layer of the transparent glaze is thrown away, and its transparent convex flower glaze is also used for polishing. One of the most beautiful and outstanding works of glaze, its convex glaze is generally screen-printed on the brick surface to form an intermittent convex granular glaze, and then fired and then glazed, and its effect is also better. Unique.

 

  1. From a technical point of view, there are generally two main production processes for glazed tiles. One of them is a process that is used by some companies that originally produced glass-ceramic, and they all use printing first. In the post-glazing process, the transparent glaze on the surface basically looks thicker, so its three-dimensional effect will be stronger, the transparency will be better, and it is easy to polish; In addition, because of its thick glaze, it is easy to throw. The other is a process used by some companies that originally produced antique bricks, that is, whether it is an underglaze pattern or some frit on the surface, they are all printed. This process has high fidelity and low cost, but throws It is easy to reveal the bottom when glazed.

 

  1. As a new production process at present, glazed tiles are not so perfect in terms of materials and equipment, as well as in terms of technology, such as wear, dirt absorption, bottom exposure, etc., but New technologies are perfected through continuous development and experimentation.
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