Category: Glaze
Created 2016-10-31 22:11:23 by Adam Yungbluth
Categories: Glaze
Firing Temperature: Δ13
Atmospheres: Reduction, Salt & Soda, Wood

Glase from MSU, can add 10% zircopax for a more opaque surface. Great liner.

Material Amount Batch Subtotal
Gerstley Borate 50
Plastic Vitrox 50
Total: 100

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
Plastic Vitrox5038.256.350.250.52.50.452.950.250.051.4
Total10045.656.8513.4210.22.72.455.150.050.450.116.15
100% no LOI 54.448.1715.982.3812.163.222.926.140.060.540.12

Unity Molecular Formula (UMF)

FLUXES

RO/R2O

0.13 Na2O
0.1 K2O
0.61 CaO
0.17 MgO
STABILIZERS

R2O3

0.22 Al2O3
0.64 B2O3
GLASS-FORMERS

RO2

2.54 SiO2
OTHER

 

0.01 Fe2O3
SILICA:ALUMINA

SiO2:Al2O3

11.31

FLUX RATIO

R2O:RO

0.23 : 0.77

SiO2:Al2O3 Chart

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SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio
SiO2:Al2O3 Ratio 11.31

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Hazards

09/2016 Note: This is a new feature. If a recipe material is not listed, that material's data has not yet been added. Some materials only have GHS ratings, while others only have HMIS ratings. Warnings differ between systems and countries. Glazy does not take any responsibility for accuracy of linked SDS information. Contact your ceramics supplier for safety information for your specific materials.
Globally Harmonized System (GHS) Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) SDS Link
Material Pictograms Signal Word Hazard Statements Health Flammability Hazard Protection
Gerstley Borate
Plastic Vitrox Health Hazard DANGER Cancer Hazard. Contains quartz (crystalline silica) which may
cause cancer. Risk of cancer depends upon duration and level of exposure
to the dust. Not an acute hazard.
Prolonged inhalation of dust may cause lung injury. Inhalation of
high concentrations of dust may cause mechanical irritation and
discomfort of the respiratory tract. Repeated exposure may have chronic
effects.
Can cause skin, respiratory, and eye irritation.