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Stain (grey)

Grey (MoAl)

Molybdenum-alumina greys are produced from calcined mixtures of molybdenum oxide, alumina and zinc oxide.

Color
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Neutral grey.

Specific Gravity
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Approximately 4.0

Stability/Kiln Atmosphere
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Stable at temperatures up to 1450C.

Will tolerate some reducing atmosphere.

Compatibility
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Suitable for blending with all other types of body or engobe stains to give intermediate shades.

Cost
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Relatively low.

Note: This description is taken from information provided by Blythe Matthey and may or may not apply to stains of this family from other companies.

Not recommended as glaze stain.
Underglaze Color: Particularly suitable for applications that demand high firing temperatures for which other types of grey are unsuitable.

Suitable for all types of bodies for firing at temperatures up to 1450 C.
Particularly suitable as an engobe stain since the colour has no tendency to flash or strike.

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By Tony Hansen

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