A microcrystalline silica. A very finely divided or “micro” form of quartz physically bound together as loose agglomerates. Although considerably more expensive than silica typically used in ceramic glazes, microcrystalline is considered by some to be the “ultimate” silicate for use in glazes.
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Through years of formulation and reformulation, Karl Miller developed Albany Slip Substitute which is intended to reproduce the physical and performance characteristics of the famed...View full product details
Hydrated aluminas are fine granular white powders that have good flow properties. As with any form of alumina, this material has a very high melting...View full product details
Alumina Oxide is an intermediate oxide, and is used to stabilize fluxes and glass formers that compose glazes. It is calcined and ground to 325...View full product details