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Earlier, porcelain was associated with pottery. Indeed the first use of this concept and ceramics was in the field of pottery, where kilns were used to fire (treat with intense heat) and re-fire objects of clay that had been treated with glaze. The simplicity and cheap nature of this entire operation has led to a considerable advancement of ceramics. Porcelain is a ceramic that is made by firing clay in the kiln, with the heat rising as high as 1,400 degrees Celsius. This extreme temperature, successfully leads to the formation of glass and tough mineral mullite on the surface of fired object. The final appearance is translucent, glassy, and tough. These characteristics make the object durable and also attractive.
According to the standards set, the door leaf or the flat and hinged section of the door; detachable in nature, is 44 mm wide. The door leaf is completely chlorofluorocarbon free or CFC free. The standard composite door thickness would approximately range from 760 to 915 mm. Nevertheless, there are no restrictions on the designs and the door width, as custom-made doors according to one's personal specifications can be fabricated.
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