KERAFLEX® is a Cone 10 porcelain Tape which is based on the ceramic raw material and an organic binder matrix. This extraordinary tape has been patented by us worldwide and offers a variety of applications. Due to the high flexibility, great processing and treatment options such as punching, embossing, cutting, folding, bending, laminating and glazing are possible. In the sintered state KERAFLEX® has a very visually attractive translucency. Therefore, our porcelain tape is currently in the arts and design at home. The flexible properties allow the creativity lot of space, which can be seen on the finished products. Jewelry, lighting elements, furniture components, performing arts, or even porcelain postage stamps are only a few examples. MATERIAL AND FEATURES -A tape based on ceramic raw materials and organic binding matrix.-flexible and multifunctional-The tape connects the qualities of porcelain with the unusual technology of the tape casting. APPLICATION FIELDS -Within the artistic range as well as in the design Keraflex energizes creativity due to ist flexible characteristics. It is used for decoration, lightning elements, furniture and representing art.-In the sintered condition Keraflex stands for an optical very delightful transparency that offers free space for new ideas. STORAGE AND USE -Always store product in ist original packaging-do not expose the temperatures > 50°C for longs periods-keep away from direct sunlight and humidity-Handling: see Keraflex safety data sheet FIRING CURSE SOFT PORCELAIN Firing is only to be done in closed furnace aggregates with anappropriated exhaust! The prolonged direct proximity the oven isto be avoided during the heating-phase!
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A3 and A4 both international standard paper size. Please see following table. Please also note that the keraflex size might change due to wetness and temperature, so please only use as a reference.
297 x 420mm
11.75 x 16.5”
210 x 297mm
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How to use?
Cut with a exact knife.
-Dry forming: Give you a stronger curve, but less bend angle than wet forming. Use keraflex slurry for conneting between parts.
-Wet forming: More space for bending compare to dry forming. Apply a quick water spray, then absorb the water with a piece of paper towel quickly. Over wetness can cause bubbling on surface. Connecting with keraflex slurry.
Directly to cone ten: 1280°C/2335°F. Very fragile to handle with underfired material, so avoid bisque fireing.
approximately 15% after firing.
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HS code: 2507.00.00