Product videos & quality tests
The special thing about the features of the ORNAMIN tableware is that they are cleverly hidden in the design so that they are not recognisable from the outside. To get a better understanding of how these invisible features work, we explain to you in our product videos which daily challenges can be mastered easier with the help of the tableware. Further information on our features you will find here. Moreover watch the strict quality tests of the ORNAMIN tableware – also in comparison to porcelain.
Plate with Sloped Base
The Plates with Sloped Base by ORNAMIN enable independent eating despite a disability. In this video you will learn more about the useful features which make it possible.
Mug with Internal Cone
The Mugs with Internal Cone by ORNAMIN enable independent drinking despite a disability. In this video you will learn about the useful features which make it possible.
Non-Slip Board (with Food Preparation Aid)
The Non-Slip Board by ORNAMIN helps to prepare food independently despite a disability. In this video you will learn more about the useful features which make it possible.
Keep Warm Tableware
The tableware with thermal function by ORNAMIN enables slow eaters to enjoy their meal for longer. In this video you will learn more about the useful features which make it possible.
The Children’s Tableware by ORNAMIN “For Little Heroes”: more independence due to firm hold, more security due to break-resistant high-quality plastic. In this video you will get to know what makes the tableware for kids so special.
Cup with Non-Slip Decor
Firm hold with the cups by ORNAMIN: secure hold even with shaky or clammy hands. In this video you will learn about the useful features which make it possible.
Easier and more secure drinking: the discreet drinking lid replaces the classic spouted lid due to its innovative shape. Get more information on how this is made possible by watching this video.
Strict quality tests
Before its delivery to the customer or institutions such as schools, universities or nursing homes, the family tableware by ORNAMIN has to undergo a number of strict quality tests. All products are put through their paces to ensure that they fulfil the high quality standards as well as their functions as everyday aids.
ORNAMIN tableware compared to porcelain: the free-fall test
Everyone knows what happens to common porcelain tableware when it falls from the table: It breaks in a lot of large and little shards. This is not just annoying but can be quiet dangerous while picking up the sharp-edged pieces.
The free-fall test
In the free-fall test the tableware is dropped from a height of 75 cm (equal to the height of a kitchen table) on stone floor. Diverse mugs and cups, the tableware series in classic style as well as the children’s tableware by ORNAMIN are tested.
The stress test
During the stress test the family tableware has to withstand punctually very high pressure. The flat plate of the elegant series and the trays are tested.
ORNAMIN tableware compared to porcelain: the edge-drop test
In the edge-drop test the tableware and common porcelain are dropped from a height of 80 cm on a steel board. The tableware is guided by a rail to ensure that they touch the ground with the edge.
The edge-drop test
In this test the tableware and commercially available porcelain are dropped from a height of 80 cm on a steel board. They are guided by a rail to ensure that they touch the ground with the edge. Tested are plates of the classic and country style tableware.
ORNAMIN tableware compared to porcelain: the ball-drop test
Whether when filling the dishwasher or preparing lunch: tableware needs to withstand a lot. These point loads are simulated with the ball-drop test in a laboratory by our quality management.
The ball-drop test
In the ball-drop test the tableware needs to withstand very high pressure on a defined point. A metal weight weighing 600 g is dropped from a height of 20 cm on the tableware. This is equal to a weight of about 6 kg when hitting the tableware. The plate in elegant design is tested.