Firing denotes a step during the manufacture of ceramic tile using a kiln or furnace to develop desired properties through controlled heat treatment.

-see also:
"Firing" is in the HS Code "9303"
  Other Firearms And Similar Devices Which Operated By The Firing Of An Explosive Charge (For Example,

"Firing" is in the UNSPSC Code "20122105"
  Firing heads
Ref: 120772/2006-10-04

Firing is described as the process of transforming a clay body into pottery or porcelain by exposing it to heat in a kiln. The necessary temperature varies according to the type of Ware, usually ranging from about 800?C for earthenware to 1450?C for oriental true porcelain.

Likewise, it is a process of heating clay, glaze, enamel or other materials to the temperature necessary to achieve a desired structural change. Most ceramics are fired in a kiln to temperatures ranging from 1600?F to 2300?F.

There may be several firings before the manufacturing process is complete, according to the type of ware.

-see also:
"Firing" is in the HS Code "9303"
  Other Firearms And Similar Devices Which Operated By The Firing Of An Explosive Charge (For Example,

"Firing" is in the UNSPSC Code "20122105"
  Firing heads
Ref: 122516/2006-10-03

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