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Avery Kaolin

Oxide Weight234.24
Formula Weight270.86
If this formula is not unified correctly please contact us.
PCE - Pyrometric Cone Equivalent 33-34
WABS - Water absorption 10-12% at cone 10
FSHR - Firing Shrinkage 10% at cone 10
UPSD - Ultimate Particle Size Distribution 20 microns: 98% 10: 78% 5: 50% 2: 30% 1: 22%
DSHR - Drying Shrinkage 5.1%

No longer mined.

Noted for its flashing when used in slip and salt/soda firing.

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By Tony Hansen

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