CELLULOSE FOR CERAMICS
HPMC for ceramics provides excellent lubricity and processability, which can fully provide the workability of mold tires for ceramic products and improve process efficiency.
By incorporating Kemox products into ceramics, manufacturers can enhance the performance of the material and achieve superior results in their construction projects. This gives the ceramic mold a very dense internal structure after calcination, and at the same time makes the ceramic surface round and fine.
Why Chose Kemox™ Cellulose
Ceramics are a type of non-metallic material made from clay and other minerals that are hardened by heat. The exact composition can vary depending on the type of ceramic being produced, and the desired properties of the finished product. The ingredients are mixed together and then formed into the desired shape before being fired at high temperatures to harden the material. They have a wide range of applications in the construction industry, including as building materials, decorative tiles, and industrial ceramics.
Product application characteristics
Kemox cellulose ethers can improve the workability of ceramics by enhancing the adhesion and water retention properties of the material. This can make it easier to shape and mold the ceramics, resulting in a more uniform and consistent finished product.
Kemox cellulose ethers can improve the strength and durability of ceramics, making them more resistant to damage and wear over time. This can help to ensure that the ceramics last for longer periods of time, reducing the need for frequent replacements.
Improved Resistance to Water and Chemicals
Kemox cellulose ethers can improve the resistance of ceramics to water and chemicals, making them more resistant to damage from these substances. This can be particularly beneficial in applications where the ceramics are exposed to water or chemicals on a regular basis.
Kemox cellulose ethers can enhance the bonding properties of ceramics, ensuring that they adhere more tightly to surfaces and other materials. This can help to prevent cracking and other forms of damage, ensuring that the ceramics remain intact over time.