Laboratory Porcelain Ware is used in lab applications in which standard glass or plastic apparatus or instrument are inadequate and not safe to use. Porcelain ware is made of ceramic material, which is highly resistant to heat. The invention of porcelain ware traces its roots to China where it was originated. Thus, laboratory porcelain ware replicates Chinese porcelain by using mixtures of china clay and ground-up glass.
Laboratory porcelain ware is used for different purpose; some of the common application areas of porcelain ware include fusion, reaction or incineration of samples for chemical analysis or material synthesis in a chemistry lab. Ceramic powders used in the manufacturing of porcelain ware are particulates fabricated through atomization, crushing, milling, precipitation or other processes. Few commonly found laboratory porcelain ware includes beehive shelves, porcelain crucible, and evaporating basin amongst the others