Category: Glaze
Created 2016-10-31 21:41:01 by Adam Yungbluth
Categories: Glaze
Firing Temperature: Δ04-13
Atmospheres: Oxidation, Neutral, Reduction, Salt & Soda, Wood
Surface Type: Glossy
Transparency: Semi-opaque

I usually double the color amount for yellow, red, and orange at high fire temperatures.
Adding a splash of darvan will aid in brushablity.

Material Amount Batch Subtotal
Gerstley Borate 50
EPK 25
Mason stain 25
Total Base:100
CMC 1
Total: 101

Percentage Analysis

Ingredient Amount SiO2 Al2O3 B2O3 MgO CaO K2O Na2O KNaO P2O5 Fe2O3 TiO2 LOI
Gerstley Borate507.40.513.41.759.70.222.20.050.20.0514.75
EPK2511.439.340.030.050.090.020.110.070.190.13.7
Mason stain25
CMC1
Total10118.839.8413.41.789.750.292.022.30.110.390.1518.45
100% no LOI 33.317.423.73.1417.230.513.574.080.20.690.26

Unity Molecular Formula (UMF)

FLUXES

RO/R2O

0.13 Na2O
0.01 K2O
0.69 CaO
0.17 MgO
STABILIZERS

R2O3

0.38 Al2O3
0.76 B2O3
GLASS-FORMERS

RO2

1.24 SiO2
0.01 TiO2
OTHER

 

0.01 Fe2O3
SILICA:ALUMINA

SiO2:Al2O3

3.25

FLUX RATIO

R2O:RO

0.14 : 0.86

SiO2:Al2O3 Chart

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Stull Chart
SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio
SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio 3.25

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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
Gerstley Borate
EPK HarmfulHealth Hazard DANGER EPK Kaolin is a naturally occurring mineral, which may contain amounts of crystalline silica
typically 0.1-1.0%, may cause damage to respiratory system through prolonged or repeated
exposure.
1 0 0 E
CMC 0 1 0 *