In ancient Greek mythology, the material composition of nature has four elements: wind, fire, water and earth. In the middle ages, the theory of four elements used to be the theoretical basis of alchemy. Alchemists believed that as long as the proportion of the four primitive properties of matter was changed, stone could be turned into gold, and common elements could also be turned into gold. In addition, these four elements together can produce the fifth element, which is human. According to this legend, Luc Besson, a famous Hollywood director, made the famous sci-fi film "the fifth element". In his film, man is the fifth element of nature, which is a combination of the above four elements. At the same time, it also symbolizes spiritual power and can complete self salvation.
In the field of architectural decoration, it has long been dominated by four materials: stone, plastic, paint, ceramic brick and other materials. Although there are many other materials, they do not have a dominant position. These materials dress our city beautifully and magnificently, greatly improve our living style, play a great role in various social development stages, but also bring different degrees of damage to the society and environment: greenhouse effect, soil erosion, urban "heat island", acid rain, air pollution, etc. in the history of human civilization development for thousands of years, they also There has never been such a serious environmental problem, even endangering the survival and development of human beings.
Improving the environment and developing low-carbon industries have become an urgent psychology from the government to all walks of life. Fortunately, we have seen progress in some fields. Especially in the field of building materials and decoration, the demand of low-carbon technology and low-carbon products is more urgent than any other field. According to the data released by the United Nations Environment Programme, the carbon dioxide emissions from the production of building materials account for 27.8% of the total greenhouse gas emissions of the society. People with a little knowledge of environmental protection will realize that this is a chilling data. In this context, a sense of historical mission and huge market prospects, gave birth to a new industry - MCM soft porcelain. It's not plastic, it's not stone, it's not glass, it's not ceramic brick, but like any of them, it has any of the characteristics of any of them. If you don't see it with your own eyes, you can't imagine what kind of material soft porcelain is in your mind. Therefore, let's call it here: the fifth kind of material, after stone, plastic, coating, ceramic brick, building materials leader Domain, has produced a new material - MCM soft porcelain, we can not use the traditional thinking to examine it, we can not use the traditional materials to summarize it, because it is brand-new, subversive, because it is the legend in the field of building materials decoration.
MCM soft porcelain comes from the basic elements of nature: soil, not even what kind of soil, can be natural soil, sludge, or urban construction waste soil. In a word, soil is the spirit of MCM soft porcelain, which constitutes the basic elements of MCM soft porcelain. The molecular modification is carried out under the photochemical isomerism and controlled curve temperature, which endows the soil with strong plasticity and becomes the modified inorganic powder particles. Under the unique high-tech mechanical equipment, after more than 30 processes, the modified soil can be made into various common materials on the market, such as imitation stone, imitation leather products, imitation ceramic tiles, imitation wood, imitation weaving, etc., and is relatively stone, ceramic tiles, leather, etc There is no waste water, waste gas and waste residue in the production process of wood, MCM soft porcelain. Each square meter of soft porcelain production only consumes 0.2 kwh. The finished soft porcelain products, with a self weight of only 3-6kg / m2 and a thickness of 2-4mm / piece, are flexible to a certain extent, thus making them more low-carbon, safe, environmentally friendly and ecological.
Just like in ancient Greek mythology, man is the fifth element of nature, and has completed self salvation. Now, MCM soft porcelain, as the fifth material, adheres to the low-carbon concept and subverts the traditional cognition of building decoration materials. In the day of increasingly serious global greenhouse gas emissions, the emergence of MCM soft porcelain is also a low-carbon emission reduction and technical innovation in the field of building materials A rare redemption.