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CS Talc (G2-200)

Sku: RA-CSCM12
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Talc for Ceramic Glazes Qty: 1kg

Talc, also known as steatite, is a soft mineral with a chemical composition of magnesium silicate hydrate. 

In ceramics, talc serves as a filler in glazes and a source of magnesium oxide flux in clay bodies. It releases gases when fired, affecting glaze appearance. While not as potent as dolomite or magnesium carbonate, talc can produce glossy or matte glazes at high temperatures.

Talc is used as a flux in thermal shock-resistant stoneware bodies, converting quartz into magnesium silicates. It's essential to use talc properly to avoid defects like pinholes or blisters in ceramics.

This material is suited for manufacturing Ceramic Glazes.

Mesh Size :200

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Material Analysis Report:

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