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Chemicals

 

CHEMICALS

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CHEMICAL PRICE LIST

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Chemicals
Alberta Slip 44# bags 171.92 94.56 52.01 22.88 12.59 3.02
Alumina Hydrate 101.54 55.85 30.72 13.52 7.43 2.23
Barium Carbonate 176.12 96.87 53.28 23.44 12.89 3.09
Bentonite 33.38 36.71 40.38 44.42 24.43 13.44 5.91 3.25 2.00
Bone Ash Synthetic 77.46 92.95 55.77 30.67 14.72 8.83 2.12
Borax Granular 147.44 81.09 44.60 19.62 10.79 3.02
Borax Powder 220.86 121.47 66.81 29.40 16.17 4.53
Chromium Green Oxide 628.59 345.72 152.12 83.67 18.41 10.12 5.57
Cobalt Carbonate 385.00 211.75 46.59 25.62 14.09
Cobalt Oxide 516.25 283.94 62.47 34.36 18.90
Copper Carbonate 242.81 106.84 58.76 12.93 7.11 3.91
Copper Oxide Black 306.25 134.75 74.11 16.30 8.97 4.93
Cornwall Laguna-Sub 94.22 51.82 28.50 12.54 6.90 2.00
Darvan 7 Pt. 10.95  Qt. 19.95
Dolomite 39.04 52.70 28.99 15.94 7.33 5.32 2.00
Gerstley Borate 133.14 73.23 40.27 17.72 9.75 2.14
Hectorite 296.66 163.16 89.74 39.49 21.72 4.78
Iron Chromate 172.08 94.64 52.05 22.90 12.60 2.77
Iron Oxide Black 381.71 209.94 115.47 50.81 27.94 7.82
Iron Oxide Red 276.23 151.93 83.56 36.77 20.22 4.45
Iron Oxide Spanish Red 196.14 107.88 59.33 26.11 14.36 4.02
Iron Oxide Yellow 415.20 228.36 125.60 55.26 30.39 8.51
Kiln Wash 371.25 204.19 112.30 49.41 27.18 5.98
Kyanite 40.29 44.31 48.75 53.62 29.49 16.22 7.14 3.93 2.00
Lithium Carbonate 397.95 218.87 48.15 26.48  14.57
Magnesium Carbonate 527.51 290.13 159.57 70.21 38.62 8.50
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Manganese Carbonate 732.03 402.61 221.44 97.43 53.59 11.79
Manganese Dioxide 189.00 103.95 57.17 25.16 13.84 3.87
Mullite 48m 57.81 63.59 69.94 76.94 42.32 23.27 10.24 5.63 2.00
Nepheline Syenite 44.33 48.76 53.64 59.00 32.45 17.85 7.85 4.32 2.00
Nickel Carbonate 194.49 106.97 23.53 14.12 8.47
Nickel Oxide Black 635.86 279.78 153.88 33.85 20.31 12.19
Ocher Yellow 210.96 116.03 51.05 28.08 6.18
Petalite 184.41 101.42 55.78 24.54 13.50 3.78
Pyrofrac 59.66 65.62 72.19 79.40 43.67 24.02 10.57 7.40 2.00
Pyrotrol 32.86 36.14 39.76 43.73 24.05 13.23 6.35 4.45 2.00
Rutile Milled 391.70 215.44 118.49 52.14 28.67 6.88
Soda Feldspar Minspar 42.41 46.64 51.32 56.45 31.05 17.08 7.51 5.26 2.00
Soda Ash 92.76 51.02 28.06 15.71 9.43 2.00
Spodumene 215.50 118.52 65.19 28.68 15.78 3.79
Strontium Carbonate 53.13 23.38 14.03 3.37
Talc American 25.50 28.05 30.86 33.94 18.67 11.20 4.93 2.96 2.00
Tin Oxide 290.54 159.80 35.16 19.34 10.63
Titanium Dioxide 52.93 37.05 8.15 4.89
Veegum T 131.58 72.37 15.92 9.55
Wax resist pt. 5.46 qt. 9.91 gal 36.02
Whiting 45.72 50.29 27.66 15.21 6.69 3.68 2.00
Wollastonite 56.28 30.95 17.02 7.49 4.12 2.00
Zinc Oxide 462.42 254.33 139.88 61.55 33.85 7.45 4.47
Zircopax Plus 312.56 171.91 94.55 41.60 22.88 5.03

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Mason Stains

 

MASON STAINS

Mason stains can be used to color either transparent or opaque base glazes
and are generally added in amounts of 1% to 10%. Stains used in transparent
glazes create a translucent or semi-translucent appearance. An opacifer such as
zicopax or tin oxide can be used if an opaque color is desired. The stain
and opacifier should equal 15% of the total glaze batch. Tin should be used as an
opacifier only with chrome-tin pinks, vanadium yellows, and cobalt blues.

Mason stains can be mixed with water and used as “watercolors” or to achieve a
majolica appearance, when applied over a white glaze. For low fire, mix 1 part stain,
1 part gerstley borate, and 1 part frit 3124, then mix with water to desired consistency.

MASON STAINS CODE 10# 5# 1# 1/2# 1/4#
Best Black #6600 227.10 124.90 27.48 15.11 8.31
Black #6650 188.16 103.49 22.77 12.52 6.89
Coral #6025 381.09 209.60 46.11 25.36 13.95
EverGreen #6200 168.69 92.78 20.41 11.23 6.17
Dark Teal #6371 264.27 145.35 31.98 17.59 9.67
Dark Turquoise #6374 209.40 115.17 25.34 13.94 7.66
Deep Brown #6109 174.00 95.70 21.05 11.58 6.37
Deep Crimson #6006 260.73 143.40 31.55 17.35 9.54
Evergreen #6200 168.69 92.78 20.41 11.23 6.17
Flesh #6098 228.27 125.88 27.69 15.23 8.38
French Green #6219 164.26 90.35 19.88 10.93 6.01
Golden Ambrosia #6129 166.97 91.84 20.20 11.11 6.11
Lobster Red #6026 296.13 162.87 35.83 19.71 10.84
Mazerine Blue #6388 298.78 164.33 36.15 19.88 10.94
Pansy Purple #6385 259.84 142.91 31.44 17.29 9.51
Praseodymium Yellow #6450 261.28 143.71 31.62 17.39 9.56
Sky Blue #6363 155.86 85.72 18.86 10.37 5.70
Soft Gray #6515 148.33 81.58 17.95 9.87 5.43
Vanadium Yellow #6404 338.61 186.24 40.97 22.53 12.39
White #6700 145.59 80.08 17.62 9.69 5.33

 

Frits
Frits:

Chemicals that have been combined, melted, cooled & ground to a fine powder. All frits are fused silicate glass substances. Manufactured for use as a reliable glaze and body fluxes.
Ferro frit 3110 A leadless, high soda, low-borate glaze & body flux.
Ferro frit 3124 Soda-Calcium-borosilicate
Ferro frit 3134
(Hommel # 14, Pemco 54)
High soda-calcium , low potash-borosilicate, used in art glazes.
Ferro Frit 3195 Calcium borate, low temperature alkaline
Ferro Frit 3269
(Hommel #259, Pemco 25)
Soda-borate-zinc frit. Used for low temp glazes
FERRO FRITS 100# 50# 25# 10# 5# 1#
3110 238.51 131.18 72.15 31.75 17.46 3.84
3124 209.11 115.01 63.26 27.83 15.31 3.37
3134 234.83 129.16 71.04 31.26 17.19 3.78
3195 264.23 145.33 79.93 35.17 19.34 4.26
3269 280.77 154.42 84.93 37.37 20.55 4.52

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