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Taylor Blend

Oxide Analysis Formula
CaO 0.04% 0.00
K2O 0.52% 0.02
MgO 0.22% 0.02
Na2O 0.08% 0.00
TiO2 1.70% 0.08
Al2O3 26.40% 1.00
SiO2 60.00% 3.86
Fe2O3 1.06% 0.03
LOI9.90%
Oxide Weight 347.80
Formula Weight 386.02

Notes

Crude Color: Light Grey
Dry M.O.R. (psi 50% clay/50% flint, cast bars): 519
Wet Sieve Residue, +200 mesh (%): 0.38
Water of Plasticity (%): 37
Linear Dry Shrinkage (%): 7.1
Solubles Sulfates (ppm): 229
Filtration (ml): 25
Specific Surface Area (sq meters per gram): 20.2
CEC/MBI (meq/100 ml): 10.5
pH: 5.1
PCE: 31

Firing Shrinkage (%) Cone 04: 6.1 Cone 3: 6.4 Cone 11: 8.5
Absorption (%) 10.6 8.3 3.2

Particle Size (% finer than):
50 microns: 100
20: 94
10: 87
5: 78
1: 60
0.5: 50

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Materials Ball Clay
Typecodes Ball Clay
Ball clays are abundant and very plastic and are used in all types of plastic forming bodies. They are not as white-burning or refractory as kaolins but lower in iron and fluxes than bentonites.

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