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Pemco Frit P-1733

Soda-zinc-borosilicate leadless frit

Alternate Names: Frit 1733, Frit P1733

OxideAnalysisFormula
CaO4.20%0.180
Na2O9.40%0.364
ZnO15.50%0.457
B2O330.20%1.041
SiO240.70%1.624
Oxide Weight239.87
Formula Weight239.87
If this formula is not unified correctly please contact us.
COLE - Co-efficient of Linear Expansion 7.90 (50-450C)
MLRG - Frit Melting Range (C) 1400-1500F
IFP - I.F.P. (celsius) 570C

Good for reds and oranges, textured glaze applications.
Used in single-application textured glazes.

This is a very high zinc frit. It would be useful for cone 6 or lower crystalline glazes using a recipe of about 90 frit and 10 kaolin.


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