A sodium salt of a polyacrylic acid selected for polymer weight, composition, structure and mode of surface adsorption. It ships as a clear, light amber solution. It is a high performance dispersant for minerals (calcium carbonate, kaolin, titanium dioxide, talc, aluminum hydroxide) that promotes low viscosities in 70% slurries and maintains low viscosity during storage at ambient or elevated temperatures.
9300 - General purpose for ceramic industry
9000, 9400 - For kaolin slurries
A sticky, viscous liquid. The most common deflocculant used in ceramics. Also used as a bonding agent.
A common deflocculant used to disperse ceramic suspensions to minimize their water content, a more modern material than sodium silicate.
Materials used to control slurry properties of glazes and slips (vicosity, specific gravity).