Thermal Shock Resistance

Average coefficient of expansion from 20 degree to 200 degree C is 3.56 x 10-u, gradually increasing to 4.69 x 10-u at 1000 degree C. Experience has indicated suitability of particular shapes for specific uses. lt remains the responsibility of the user to determine the suitability for his use. To prevent thermal stress cracks on porcelain ware, Silico strongly recommends a heating/cooling rate not to exceed 200 degree C/hour. High Alumina labware temperature change rate should not exceed 150 degree C/hour.

  • The Glaze

    The Glaze No softening occurs up to 1000’C, and it is extremely white.

  • Resistance to chemical Action

    The resistance to acids and alkalies is excellent, except for hydrofluoric acid.

  • CURCIBLEVariants- Low, Middle, Tall, Rose

    Glazed inside out except for outside bottom surface and rim.

  • Casserole4 Sizes

    With lip and flat porcelain handle, glazed inside and out except for rim and top of handle.

  • PESTLE & MORTARWith wood and ceramic pestle

    Mortars with glazed lip and outside except for oversized bottom.

  • SPATULA With spoon, knob, spatula

    Depending on the variant, the spatula is glazed and either has a spoon, knob or a spatula on the other end.

  • SPOT PLATESVaried Sizes

    Color-reaction or spot plates, glazed except for bottom surface.

  • EVAPORATING DISHDeep, Semi Deep, Flat

    Evaporating Dish with Lips, available in varied sizes and glazed finishes.

  • CURCIBLE COVERFor all kind of Curcible sizes

    Glazed all over except for rim, available in all crucible sizes.


    Fixed perforated plate, glazed inside and out, except for rim.


    Hirsh, with fixed perforated plate, except for rim.


    Unglazed for grinding surface. Pestle oversized for hand comfort in grinding.