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Raw Materials / Ceramic Frits / Ferro 3124 (higher melting point) - Ceramic Frit

Ferro 3124 (higher melting point) - Ceramic Frit

Ferro 3124 is a soda-calcium -borate frit with a higher melting point.

.7%           K2O         Potash
6.3%         Na2O       Soda
14.1%       CaO        Calcium
9.9%         AL2O3     Aluminate
13.7%       B2O3       Borate
55.3%       SiO2        Silica Oxide

Fusion Temperature: 1600o F

What is frit? 
Frit is ceramic chemicals that have been melted together and cooled rapidly (shattered), then ground to a fine powder. The purpose is to render soluble materials insoluble for workability and stability in glaze and clay formulas. Frits are always used as a flux in a formula even though they also contain percentages of alumina and silica in combination with commun flux materials.


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