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Feldspar

Feldspars typically contain 5% or more free silica and thus pose similar hazards to quartz. They are employed in large percentages in almost all clay bodies and in most glazes. There are hundreds of different brand names, try to get a quartz content figure from your supplier.


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Materials Feldspar
In ceramics, feldspars are used in glazes and clay bodies. They vitrify stonewares and porcelains. They supply KNaO flux to glazes to help them melt.
Materials Nepheline Syenite Norwegian
Materials Covia Nepheline Syenite
Materials Custer Feldspar
Materials Nepheline Syenite
Materials Nepheline Syenite A270
Materials Pegmatite
Materials Feldspath ICE 10
Materials Spodumene
Spodumene is a lithium sourcing feldspar, an alternative to lithium carbonate to supply Li2O to ceramic glazes. Contains up to about 8% Li2O.
Materials Calcium Feldspar
Materials Soda Feldspar
Materials Potash Feldspar
Hazards Quartz Toxicity

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