Your Cart

Frequently Asked Questions

The overall production process of tiles includes steps such as raw material preparation, grinding, pulping, forming, drying, glazing, firing, quality inspection, and packaging. Firstly, the raw materials are finely ground into powder through grinding. Then, they are mixed with water to form a slurry. The slurry is shaped into tile blanks using processes like pressing or injection molding. The tile blanks are then dried in a kiln to remove water content. Afterward, glazing is applied to the surface of the tile blanks using a glazing process. The glazed tile blanks undergo high-temperature firing to make them hard and durable. Finally, the finished tiles that pass quality inspection are packaged and stored.

Raw material ball milling refers to the process of grinding raw materials using a ball mill to obtain a fine powder-like material. Glaze material ball milling, on the other hand, is the process of grinding glaze materials using grinding equipment to obtain a uniform glaze slurry.

The curing period refers to the specific time during tile production when the slurry is allowed to settle undisturbed. This process aids in the settling of particles in the slurry and the uniform distribution of moisture, thereby enhancing the stability and quality of the tile blanks.

During the tile production process, tiles need to undergo the steps of drying and firing. Drying is performed to remove moisture from the tile blanks, preventing the formation of bubbles and cracks during firing. Firing, on the other hand, involves heating the tile blanks at high temperatures to induce physical and chemical changes, resulting in the production of hard and wear-resistant finished tiles.