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Pemco Frit P-54

Alternate Names: Frit 54, Frit P54, Pemco 54

Description: Sodium-calcium-borosilicate low melting flux

Oxide Analysis Formula
CaO 20.00% 0.68
Na2O 10.40% 0.32
B2O3 23.30% 0.64
SiO2 46.30% 1.47
Oxide Weight 190.75
Formula Weight 190.75


Used in wall tile glazes, was replaced with P-926 which has a lower solubility.

Related Information


Materials Ferro Frit 3134
A frit with 23% B2O3. The most common of frits used in pottery in North America. Around the world, other companies make frits of equivalent chemistry.
Materials Fusion Frit F-12
Materials General Frit GF-111
Materials Pemco Frit P-67
Materials Frit
Frits are made by melting mixes of raw materials, quenching the melt in water, grinding the pebbles into a powder. Frits have chemistries raw materials cannot.
Materials Pemco Frit P-926
Materials Hommel Frit 14
Typecodes Frit
A frit is the powdered form a man-made glass. Frits are premelted, then ground to a glass. They have tightly controlled chemistries, they are available for glazes of all types.


Co-efficient of Linear Expansion 8.9 x 10-6 (50-450C)
Co-efficient of Linear Expansion 8.9 x 10-6 (50-450C)
Frit Melting Range (C) 1400-1480F
I.F.P. (celsius) 629C
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