Arita Ware Cerahand

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Traditional Cerahand of Japan

Arita ware is one of the world’s famous porcelain fired in the vicinity of Arita-cho in Saga Prefecture. It has over 400 years of long history and Japan’s first porcelain. In 1653, Arita ceramics were exported to European countries by Dutch East Indian Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie). They were especially popular with European nobles who used the somenishiki’s dishes, the large jars, and the bowls. Arita ceramics started to undergo some changes to adjust to the European lifestyle.
Designs accorded with the seasons enriched the arts and way of life in the traditional Japanese society. Printed figures represent the beauty of Japan’s tradition which is why these figures are done very carefully by the specially trained craftsman. This luxury porcelain ceramic grab bar is contained with anti-bacterial agent does not only looks vibrant, vivid and colorful but also feels astonishing.

 

Material indication

(Main body) Ceramics, mortar, stainless bolt, resin cap, and accessory screw
(Metal fittings) Aluminum, cationic electrodeposition paint, and acrylic baking paint

 

[Test Results of Cerahand]

Test items Contents of test Evaluation
Horizontal load strength The tests were implemented in accordance with the “Method of Testing Performance for Quality Housing Component” by Better Living, BLTRW: 2008. Application of a load of 1150 N (120 kgf) resulted in no backlash, coming off, cracking, or breakage of rail and accessory metal fittings, or harmful deformation of the rail.
Vertical load strength
Strength of mounting portions and center portion under horizontal/vertical load The tests were implemented in accordance with the “Method of Testing Performance for Quality Housing Component” by Better Living, BLTRW: 2008. Application of a load of 590 N (60 kgf) resulted in no deformation, cracking, breakage, or backlash to an extent disrupting use of handrail, mounting portions and center portion.
Impact test Drop a tube-like bag containing iron powder and sand in the proportion of 70% and 30% (10 kg) on a product to observe the phenomenon of breakage. No cracking or breakage was observed after dropping from a height of up to 500 mm.
Other Repeat 40,000 times the motion of standing up while holding and pulling a Cerahand attached to a building frame. No backlash, coming off, deformation, or bending of mounting portion