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Synthetic Cornwall Subsitute

Code: L3617A
Modification Date: 2015-01-26 13:58:55

MaterialAmount
Dolomite0.60.6%
Custer Feldspar30.030.0%
Wollastonite2.82.8%
Pioneer Kaolin12.712.7%
Silica29.529.5%
Nepheline Syenite24.524.5%
 100.10  

Notes

This demonstrates how you can calculate the chemical equivalent of another material (this was done using Insight software). Cornwall stone is expensive in North America and variable, thus well worth substituting. This blend fires almost identical.

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XML to Paste Into Insight

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<recipe name="Synthetic Cornwall Subsitute" id="98" date="2015-01-26" codenum="L3617A">
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<recipeline material="Dolomite" amount="0.600" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Custer Feldspar" amount="30.000" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Wollastonite" amount="2.800" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Pioneer Kaolin" amount="12.700" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Silica" amount="29.500" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<recipeline material="Nepheline Syenite" amount="24.500" unitabbr="kg" conversion="1.0000" added="0"/>
<url url="https://digitalfire.com/4sight/recipes/synthetic_cornwall_subsitute_98.html" descrip="Recipe page at digitalfire.com"/>
</recipelines>
<urls/>
</recipe>
</recipes>


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