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Ferro Frit 3565

Oxide Analysis Formula
CaO 9.90% 0.58
K2O 3.00% 0.10
Na2O 1.60% 0.08
PbO 16.00% 0.23
ZrO2 2.10% 0.06
B2O3 7.80% 0.37
Al2O3 5.60% 0.18
SiO2 54.00% 2.94
Oxide Weight 327.00
Formula Weight 327.00

Notes

Use for cone 01-5 dinnerware glazes and general pottery glazes. Considered a safe lead frit. Contains a small amount of zircon that substitutes might not have.

Related Information

Various frits fired at 1850F

16 GBMF tests on a slab of grogged clay. Kiln fired at 108F/hr for last 100 degrees F and held for 15 minutes.

Frits fired to 2050F

These are higher temperature frits. 10 gram balls were melted on to this tile.

Various frits fired at 1950F

16 GBMF tests on a slab of grogged clay. Kiln fired at 108F/hr for last 100 degrees F and held for 15 minutes.

1700F Frit Melt-Off 2: Who is the winner?

Links

Materials Frit
Materials Hommel Frit 3GF13C
Materials Pemco Frit Pb-906
Materials General Frit GF-18
Typecodes Frit
Typecodes Leaded Frit
Frits can contain 1% or 80% PbO so this category can be misleading, check the chemistry to find out.

Data

Co-efficient of Linear Expansion7.2
Frit Melting Range (C)1600F

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