chemical porcelain

chemical porcelain

[′kem·i·kəl ′pȯrs·lən]
(materials)
High-purity, nonporous grade of porcelain used to make laboratory analysis utensils, such as crucibles, retorts, and spatulas.
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Coors, the grandson of the founder of the Golden-based Adolph Coors Co., helped turn the family's once small pottery division into an important producer of chemical porcelain. He retired from daily management at Coors in 1987 after 41 years.
In addition to electrical porcelain, EMCO runs a full fledged department for production of chemical porcelain such as Acid Proof Lining Bricks, Raschig Rings and Saddles and Special Refractories.
The work on research and development is a continuous process to keep abreast with ever diversifying requirements of porcelain insulators, chemical porcelain and ceramic tiles.