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General Raw Materials
Natural calcium silicate, Use in bodies.
Opacifer, Insoluble in water.
Produces opacity in glaze. 5-10%
Glass former for clay and glazes.
Very hard non oxide, Use as abrasive or in body.
Crystaline Titanium dioxide.
Red low plasticity low strength fireclay.
Similar to soda spar, use in clay and glazes.
Soda Feldspar. 200 Mesh.
Airfloated kaolin, Highly plastic.
Ferric ox. Most popular iron.
Sodium Calcium Borate compound.
Potash feldspar, clay and glazes.
This Cornish Stone substitute is a calcium feldspar mineral used as a major constituent of glazes, and occasionally as a flux in bodies. Cornwall Stone is partially kaolinized, and can contain between 5-12% Kaolin. Nearly free from Iron, it is very white and opaque. Due to a 50% rise in the cost of already expensive Cornwall Stone Substitute a...
(Whiting) Calcium flux for hi-temp glazes.
"A popular Canadian blended substitute for the old Albany (NY) Slip. Albany Slip was frequently used as a glaze additive, and
boasted a high proportion of fluxes, which combined with a very fine grain caused it to melt at around 1240˚C. See also Albany
Slip Substitute and Arroyo Slip."
Eq. to Ultrox Plus, Strong Oppacifer.
Opacifer. Controls crazing.
Hi temp. flux.
Wollastonite, Vansil W-30
Wollastonite, Vansil W-10
Hydrated ferric ox. with manganese dio.
Produces Lava glazes.
Similar to Bone Ash. Flux.
Montannta high alumina talc. Low flux.
Very white firing Texas talc.
Source of Strontium, Flux, May sub. for Barium.
Source of Lithia, Australian source.
Sodium source, Use in enamels.
Baking soda. Soluble.
Sodium carbonate, Flux and deflocculant.