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|Material:||Modified Clay Material||Life Span:||More Than 50 Years|
Durable Soft Clay Tile Flexible Tile for Building Decoration
Soft porcelain/flexible ceramic tile, not real porcelain, nor ceramic tile, is a new type of architectural decoration material. It's made by the modified clay (MCM) as the main raw material, using a special temperature control model of the system forming, baking, irradiation crosslinking and become a kind of flexible building decoration materials. Because at the beginning of the birth, it has the appearance of ceramic tile, so commonly known as soft porcelain, later, with the development of technology, can develop to imitation stone, imitation leather grain, wood, etc. The main raw material soft porcelain products : ordinary urb n construction waste mud (including loess, clay, clay, black soil), and hast cement block, porcelain design and powder and other inorganic substances, can be in MCM series products as the main raw material.
Perfect decorative effect:
The surface can be made into a variety of different textures like brick, stone, mosaic, (wood) grain etc. A variety of colors and patterns can meet the requirements of different architectural style.
"MCM" can be any shape you can imagine in light, heterogeneous and controlled curve temperatures. MCM exclusive mechanical system, forming process, achieved zero discharge, zero pollution. The energy consumption and consumables are over 80% lower than the same kind of products.After more than 30 technological processes, the composite modified soil has a good plasticity, and the scientific community has named this amazing new material "MCM". MCM combines the flexibility of organic materials and the aging resistance of inorganic materials.MCM series products can be recycled and regenerated, or the soil essence can be treated by materialized machinery to return to farming.
The materials, such as construction waste soil, cement scrap, porcelain slag, stone powder and other inorganic materials, were mixed and modified by classification, and formed at the photochemical isomerization and curve temperature.
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