Category: Glaze > Ash > Nuka
Created 2017-07-20 10:14:01 by Tom Demeranville
Categories: Glaze > Ash > Nuka
Firing Temperature: Δ6-8
Atmospheres: Oxidation

Tiles were made using parts by volume:
1 ash
1 cornish stone
1 silica
1/2 gb

Material Amount Batch Subtotal
Mixed wood ash 1
Cornwall Stone 1
Silica 1
Gillespie Borate 0.5
Total: 3.5

Percentage Analysis

Ingredient Amount SiO2 Al2O3 B2O3 MgO CaO SrO K2O Na2O KNaO P2O5 Fe2O3 TiO2 LOI
Mixed wood ash10.20.010.070.210.220.070.290.140.09
Cornwall Stone10.740.160.020.040.030.07
Silica11
Gillespie Borate0.50.060.010.120.020.110.020.020.15
Total3.520.190.120.090.3400.260.120.380.140.0900.15
100%57.015.323.52.499.760.067.533.4310.963.892.550.044.41
100% no LOI 59.645.563.662.6110.210.077.883.5911.474.072.660.05

Unity Molecular Formula (UMF)

FLUXES

RO/R2O

0.15 Na2O
0.22 K2O
0.47 CaO
0.17 MgO
STABILIZERS

R2O3

0.14 Al2O3
0.14 B2O3
GLASS-FORMERS

RO2

2.55 SiO2
OTHER

 

0.04 Fe2O3
0.07 P2O5
SILICA:ALUMINA

SiO2:Al2O3

18.19

FLUX RATIO

R2O:RO

0.36 : 0.64

SiO2:Al2O3 Chart

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SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio
SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio 18.19

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Hazards

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Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) SDS Link
Material Pictograms Signal Word Hazard Statements Health Flammability Hazard Protection
Silica HarmfulHealth Hazard DANGER From 200-Mesh SDS:
May cause cancer by inhalation.
Causes damage to lungs through prolonged or repeated exposure by inhalation.
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