Refractories and Fillers

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    Silicon Carbide

    Silicon Carbide is used in the formation of 'foaming' and 'blister glazes' due to the carbon dioxide gas that is released during firing. 400 grit. Learn More
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    Silica 325 Mesh (Silica 106)

    Commonly refered to as "flint." Pure silica refined to 325 mesh particle size. Learn More
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    Silica 200 Mesh (Silica 90)

    Commonly refered to as "flint." Pure silica refined to 200 mesh particle size. Learn More
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    Pyrotrol 2253 (Pyrophyllite)

    Pyrotrol 2253. A refractory material typically added to clay bodies to reduce thermal expansion/thermal shock as with grog. Possibly a cheaper substitute for alumina in kiln wash recipes. Learn More
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    Pyrax ABB (Pyrophyllite)

    Pyrax ABB. A refractory material typically added to clay bodies to reduce thermal expansion/thermal shock as with grog. Learn More
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    Nickel Carbonate

    A refractory glaze colorant producing a green color. Learn More
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    Mullite

    Used primarily as a clay body additive to increase thermal shock resistance. Learn More
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    Molochite 30 Mesh

    Calcined low-iron kaolin. Learn More
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    Molochite 120 Mesh

    Calcined low-iron kaolin. Learn More

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