Different types of ceramics

Parastan Ceramics

To produce this product, high density white clay is used and it has fine and smooth grains. This type of ceramics has high strength compared to other types of ceramic tiles. This type of tile is very resistant to abrasion, chemical change, scratches and fire and is almost impermeable to water. Variety of high design and ability to produce in large dimensions are long-standing advantages of this type of tile.

Glass ceramics

This type of ceramics is strong and durable and is used as an alternative to granite and marble. Glass ceramics are produced by heating fine minerals such as clay and silica at very high temperatures, where fine particles are melted to form a glass surface. The ceramic produced in this method is a single integrated body, very hard, strong, and with very low porosity, and has a very high resistance to staining.

Quartz ceramics

This product is mainly used in kitchen cabinet walls and countertops. To produce this type of ceramic, crushed stones are collected and then glued together. If the crushed stones are made of marble, the final product will be called engineered marble, which is used in interior designs such as floors and walls.

Quarry ceramics

The traditional type of ceramic, which is unglazed and red and gray in color, has a surface with high slip resistance and is suitable for places that need slip resistance. Quarry mosaic is produced by extruding clay or shale; as a result, it has a high durability and is used for the floor of different spaces.