|Monthly Tech-Tip |
This refers to the water content of mineral powders as delivered from the manufacturer. This is often stated as a maximum value. Over time during storage, this will of course change according to the humidity in the storage area.
Calculate as wet weight - dry weight / wet weight * 100
Enter percent amount
Clay Water Content - Powder, Plastic
LDW LOI, density and water content test procedure for plastic clay bodies and porcelains
Drying Factor/Water Content/Solubles
Test conducted primarily on materials use to make bodies or glazes.
Tests conducted on bodies made from materials, as opposed to the materials themselves.
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