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Keymer Tiles LTD

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The name Keymer has, since 1588, signified the very best in hand made clay roof tiles. For over 400 years our unique hand made clay roof tiles have enhanced the character of buildings all over the world.

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$ Where can you find handmade tiles (7/2/2013)
handmade tiles are a beautiful addition to just about any building and have been used in the building sector for many years. The process starts out in the clay pit from where the clay, laid down many years ago, is excavated.
The clay,
a combination of blue and red clays, is allowed to weather for about one year before being taken to the hoppers and then placed on the conveyor belt to the wet pan.
Here is where the clay is broken down, moving via Thirteen millimetre wide grids as well as dead plates. Water together with barium carbonate is applied at this point to help increase moisture content in the clay and also to neutralise soluble salts. The clay next moves along towards the high speed rollers prior to being fed in a pug machine that leads to dual strips of clay, that are chopped into 6 foot pieces. Those portions are then chopped up in to tile sized pieces with wire and after that taken to the creators.
The creators add in fine sand to the tiles to give them their colour, differing amounts of manganese oxide within the sand give the various hues of red and teak.
The
unprocessed tile is positioned inside the mould, it is pounded and the excess clay is cut off with a wire and finally the punch is usually pulled down to shape the nibs, holes together with the creator's identity marks. Every tile is imprinted with a code allowing the company to know the day the particular tile was made and the tile maker. The impression of the makers palm remains in every roof tile, which gives it a unique feel.

Fittings
and specials are manufactured using templates to cut the tile to the desired shape. The piece is then positioned across a mould giving it its shape. The roof tiles will be then left to dry out for 7 - 10 days, during which they will reduce in size by 5% before being delivered to the setting area.
The cars
on the docks can hold 5400 tiles and are generally arranged to ensure that when in the kiln, the high temperature spreads all the way through the car evenly. As the tiles are loaded they're checked for imperfections. The tiles are subsequently loaded in to a pre drier, where they will remain for 2 days to lower the moisture content to under two percent.
The
dried tiles are then packed into the shuttle kilns in which they are baked for up to one week and reach temperatures as much as 1000 degrees celsius. This helps to ensure that the tiles remain tough and that they aren't going to be impacted by ice. They shrink by a additional seven percent during this procedure.
The
fired roof tiles will be delivered to the drawing dock in which they're organised into boxes.
The
drawers look over the tiles by hand for faults, ensuring the quality of the tiles. The roof tiles are then taken out to the stocking deck waiting for to be sold after which out to adorn homes all over the world.
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