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Nephaline Syenite ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1050 Nephaline Syenite- used to provide soda in Glazes. Also useful as a substitute for feldspars in some Glazes and Bodies where a lower melting point is required
Petalite ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1055 Petalite- sevcondary flux in Glazes. Can also be used to lower thermal expansion.
Potters Plaster ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1056 Potters Plaster- mould making Plaster specifically designed for the Pottery industry. Generally suitable for most uses.Harder plasters are available, please ask
Quartz ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1060 Quartz- a major source of silica. Supplied DRY, so always use a dust mask.

Used heavily mixed with Plaster, in Glass trades.

Quartz Damp ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1060A Quartz- a major source of silica. Supplied DAMP at 22% moisture, so allowance needs to be made for this. Ideal for slop mix glazes

Used heavily mixed with Plaster, in Glass trades.

Rutile Flour ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1061 Rutile Flour-A mid brown colouring oxide and a natural source of Titania
Silica Sand Coarse ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1062 Silica Sand Coarse-used as a placing sand in firing, and as good pure grog in clay bodies
Silica Sand Fine ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1063 Silica Sand Fine-an alternative to Quartz in Glazes and Clay bodies

Supplied dry, so always use a face mask

Soda Ash ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1064 Soda Ash- a source of Sodium in Alkali Glazes. Also used as a deflocculent in preparation of Casting Slip.
Silicon Carbide ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1065 Silicon Carbide-usually mixed with glazes to give a localised reduction effect and speckling. If over used, wil give rise to blistering.

Also used to produce 'crater' glaze effects

Sodium Silicate 75tw ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1066 Sodium Silicate 75tw- used in Casting Slip preraration as the major defflocculent (thinning) agent
Sodium Silicate 140tw ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1067 Sodium Silicate 140tw- used in Casting Slip preparation as the major defflocculent (thinning) agent
Spodumene ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1068 Spodumene-In Glazes, will introduce extra alkali, along with soda and potash.Increases gloss and stability.

Highly refractory.

Talc ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1071 Talc-used as a flux in bodies, particularly low temperature. Used as a Secondary flux in both high and low temp glazes. Used in large quantities, will be opaque with a tendency towards a matt surface.
Whiting ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1076 Whiting- The main source of Calcium in Glazes,very widely used in high temperature Glazes
Wollastonite ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1077 Wollastonite a good Calcium in Glazes,very widely used in high temperature Glazes
Zinc Oxide ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1079 Zinc Oxide- acts as a flux in many Glazes and increase crazing resistance when used in mixings of upto 2%. Larger quantities will produce Opacity and head towards mattness
Zirconium Silicate(No5) ex tax£0.00 inc tax £0.00 Quantity: 
1081 Zirconium Silicate(No5)- used in Glazes to give a hard white opaque surface.Increases resistance to crazing,and makes the Glaze more viscous

 

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