Ceramic cups are commonly used in people's daily lives, and their firing temperature has a significant impact on their quality and characteristics. Through different firing temperatures, ceramic cups can exhibit different textures, durability, and insulation properties.
According to the different firing temperatures, ceramic cups can be divided into multiple categories, each with its unique characteristics and uses. Next, I will introduce to you the classification of firing temperatures for ceramic cups and their respective characteristics.
1. Low temperature ceramic cup: The firing temperature is generally below 800 ° C. The production process of this type of ceramic cup is relatively simple, and commonly seen are painted ceramic cups. Their characteristics are rich and diverse colors, exquisite patterns, and relatively low prices. However, the high-temperature resistance of low-temperature ceramic cups is not as good as other categories, and they are generally suitable for room temperature or low-temperature beverages.
2. Medium temperature ceramic cup: The firing temperature is between 800 ° C and 1200 ° C. This type of ceramic cup has good high-temperature resistance and can withstand hot water and hot drinks, making it suitable for daily use. The medium temperature ceramic cup performs excellent in insulation performance and can maintain the temperature of the beverage for a period of time.
3. High temperature ceramic cup: The firing temperature is above 1200 ° C, usually between 1300 ° C and 1400 ° C. High temperature ceramic cups have high density and strength due to being fired at high temperatures. This type of ceramic cup has excellent high-temperature resistance, can withstand boiling water and high-temperature beverages, and has excellent insulation performance.
In summary, ceramic cups at different firing temperatures have different characteristics and uses. Based on personal needs and preferences, you can choose the ceramic cup that suits you to enhance the quality and user experience of daily drinks.