Thick ceramic plating from inside a heating device.
Hard, porous, and brittle materials produced through the burning of nonmetallic minerals at high temperatures are known as ceramics. Ceramics are known for their ability to withstand incredibly hot temperatures, making them great for both domestic and industrial use. Ceramics see use in gas burners, kitchenware, disk brakes, roof and floor tiles, knives, and even Space Shuttles.
Most modern ceramics are produced in factories, although a few pottery enthusiasts fire their own creations at home.