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Georgies offers a wide variety of raw materials for clays, glazes and other uses. If you don't find the materials you need, please contact us. We may be able to get it for you OR suggest suitable replacements. The Occupational Health & Safety Administration devised this color-coded numerical ratings system to quickly and easily summarize the levels of risk through various means of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals. Material Safety Data Sheets contain more detailed information about any risks posed by chemicals or raw materials, along with handling, cleanup and first aid instructions. Georgies maintains a library of MSDS forms for the materials we sell. To request copies, please contact us by phone, fax or email.

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CH320
Feldspar Custer (Potash)
A potash feldspar used in glazes and clay bodies as a flux where low-soda, high-potash spar is called for. Commonly used where formulas call for an undesignated feldspar.

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CH322
Feldspar Minspar 200 (Soda)
A soda feldspar used in glazes and clays where a soda flux is required. Often preferred when intense color is desired in a glaze.

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CH508
Fiber Rigidizer
(Alumina Silicate)

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CH379
Fireclay Greenstripe
A medium-fine ground fireclay. A good choice for economy and consistency.

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CH510
Fireclay Lincoln 60
Lincoln fireclay has a smooth and very pleasant feel and is used as a major ingredient in many stoneware and midrange clay bodies. It is quite fine, 99% minus 100 mesh, 97-98% minus 200 mesh. Has excellent drying properties considering its high plasticity.

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CH323
Fluorspar
Can be used in glazes as a substitute for whiting, promoting more fusible glazes. Fluorine combines with silica in the glaze and burns off as a gas, which may cause blistering. Pin-holing can occur in glazes if the mesh size is not lower than 100. Low fluxing temperature. CAN BE DESTRUCTIVE TO KILN FURNITURE OVER LONG-TERM USE.

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CH394
Frit Ferro 3110
Soft sodium borosilicate frit for glazes. High expansion and a low melting point (1400F). Often used in crystal glazes.

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CH395
Frit Ferro 3124
A borosilicate frit high in calcium, which means it will affect browns and iron oxide colors. It is intended for use in partially fritted glazes for wall tile and pottery at cones 3-5.

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CH391
Frit Ferro 3134
Sodium-calcium-borosilicate flux used in wall tiles glazes, with a melting point of 1450 dgr(F). Contains no alumina. Comparable substitutes are O'Hommel 14 or Pemco P54.

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CH462
Frit Ferro 3195
Very alkaline earth borosilicate in a well-balanced formulation. Typical use: in an all-fritted cone 06/04 gloss glaze.

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CH392
Frit Ferro 3269
Often used with 10% clay addition for low temperature crackle glazes. Frequently used as a component in partially fritted wall glazes. Substitute is Pemco 25.

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CH424
Frit Ferro 3278
Used in partially fritted glazes for wall tile and artware. Similar to 3134 but melts at 1500 dgr(F).

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CH599
Frit Ferro 5301
Crackle, high expansion.

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CH607
Frit Fusion #69
Low expansion.

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CH585
Frit Fusion F2
Calcium alumina borosilicate. A well-balanced formulated frit typically used in cone 06-03 glossy glazes. Compare to Ferro 3195.

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CH586
Frit Fusion F12
Sodium calcium borosilicate, used in wall tile glazing. Compare to Ferro 3134, Pemco P54.

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CH624
Frit Fusion F38

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CH587
Frit Fusion F280
Sodium calcium borosilicate, used in wall tile glazing. Compares to Ferro 3124.

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CH589
Frit Fusion F403
Barium matte.

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CH613
Frit Fusion F413

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CH590
Frit Fusion F493
Sodium lithium borosilicate. Low-melting lithium frit with high expansion.

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CH776
Frit Fusion F499
Sodium bor on.

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CH588
Frit Fusion F537

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CH608
Frit Fusion F579
High boron.

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CH634
Frit Fusion FZ14

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CH681
Frit Fusion FZ75
Bond frit.

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CH643
Frit Fusion FZ376A

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CH684
Frit Fusion FZ565

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CH609
Frit Fusion G8149

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Georgies Ceramic & Clay Co. • 756 NE Lombard • Portland OR 97211 • 503.283.1353 • 800.999.CLAY
Georgies of Eugene • 1471 Railroad Blvd #9 • Eugene OR 97402 • 541.338.7654 • 866.234.CLAY
Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday, 9:00a to 5:00p Pacific time • Business office hours 9a-5p, Monday thru Friday
 
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