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Ferro Frit KGF4106

High boron, high sodium, medium calcium frit

Alternate Names: Frit KGF4106

Oxide Weight257.84
Formula Weight257.84
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COLE - Co-efficient of Linear Expansion 89 x 10-7
GSPT - Frit Softening Point 567C
GTTM - Glass Transition Temperature 532C

The data sheet of a frit having a proprietary chemistry

Some frit companies publish the chemistry of their frits, others do not. Some publish some of their products. Some published in the past but do not do so now. When frit data sheets do not provide an oxide analysis they become an impediment to use in glaze chemistry.

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <material name="Ferro Frit KGF4106" descrip="High boron, high sodium, medium calcium frit" searchkey="Frit KGF4106" loi="0.00" casnumber=""> <oxides> <oxide symbol="CaO" name="Calcium Oxide, Calcia" status="" percent="8.040" tolerance=""/> <oxide symbol="Na2O" name="Sodium Oxide, Soda" status="" percent="15.160" tolerance=""/> <oxide symbol="B2O3" name="Boric Oxide" status="" percent="34.340" tolerance=""/> <oxide symbol="SiO2" name="Silicon Dioxide, Silica" status="" percent="42.460" tolerance=""/> </oxides> </material>

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