The production of our porcelain requires a lot of dedication and craftsmanship by our skilled specialists.
Only the very best raw materials are used in order to meet our stringent quality criteria. The three basic components have remained the same since porcelain was invented; the mass is made up of 50% KAOLIN, 25% FELDSPAR and 25% QUARTZ. This mixing ratio is based on hard-paste porcelain.
Each of these three components has a special significance for the quality of the porcelain. The high proportion of kaolin determines the whiteness of porcelain, the quartz gives the porcelain its hardness, and the necessary transparency is achieved by the sintering of the feldspar.
All three basic elements are first mixed with water and then filtered thoroughly. Once the water is removed a filter cake remains which is stored in a specifically designed humid room before it can be put through the design process. The mass is now ready to be used in the manufacturing stage on either spinning or moulding devices.