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Boonthavorn Ceramic Co., Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
Boonthavorn is a manufacturer and distributor of bathroom and kitchen products with the largest showroom in Thailand. The company was established by a group of Thai people who have specialized in this business for more than 30 years.
Goldlip Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
Goldlip Limited Partnership, established at 2003, is a newly emerged company specializing in the design and manufacturing of contemporary products from natural materials, combining the natural characteristics of semi-precious stones, sea shells, marble, wood, metals into a unique and impressive tapestry of products.
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What is: ceramic
The word ceramic is derived from the Greek word κεραμικÏŒς (keramikos). The term covers inorganic non-metallic materials which are formed by the action of heat. Up until the 1950s or so, the most important of these were the traditional clays, made into pottery, bricks, tiles and the like, along with cements and glass. A composite material of ceramic and metal is known as cermet. The word ceramic can be an adjective, and can also be used as a noun to refer to a ceramic material, or a product of ceramic manufacture. Ceramics is a singular noun referring to the art of making things out of ceramic materials. The technology of manufacturing and usage of ceramic materials is part of the field of ceramic engineering.
Many ceramic materials are hard, porous and brittle. The study and development of ceramics includes methods to mitigate problems associated with these characteristics, and to accentuate the strengths of the materials as well as to investigate novel applications.
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) defines a ceramic article as "an article having a glazed or unglazed body of crystalline or partly crystalline structure, or of glass, which body is produced from essentially inorganic, non-metallic substances and either is formed from a molten mass which solidifies on cooling, or is formed and simultaneously or subsequently matured by the action of the heat." (Many thanks to Wikipedia.)