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General Raw Materials
Secondary kaolin, Most popular.
Glass former for clay and glazes.
Sodium Calcium Borate compound.
Potash feldspar, clay and glazes.
(Whiting) Calcium flux for hi-temp glazes.
Soda Feldspar. 200 Mesh.
Standard clay and glaze additive for plasticity.
Fine Grain. Pastic & strong. Industry standard.
Similar to soda spar, use in clay and glazes.
Ferric oxide. Natural iron.
Produces opacity in glaze. 5-10%
Hi temp. flux.
Crystaline Titanium dioxide.
Source of Lithia - strong flux.
Calcium Magnesium Source.
Source of Strontium, Flux, May sub. for Barium.
Red Clay – Laterite
Wollastonite, Vansil W-30
Source of Alumina in Glazes
Wollastonite, Vansil W-10
Sold by the pound. Substitute for Spodumene. A source of lithia, which is a flux, that helps to develop copper blue tone glazes. Can replace feldspar and also reduces the vitrification temperature and shrinkage rate in glazes.
Sodium carbonate, Flux and deflocculant.
Source of magnesium in glazes
Buff plastic fireclay. Industry standard.
Blue colorant. Stronger than cobalt carb.
Calcium phosphate source.
Natural calcium silicate, Use in bodies.
Opacifer, Insoluble in water.
Red firing earthenware. Popular.
Glaze colorant - Strong flux
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...