Potash Feldspar

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Potash Feldspar

       Potast Feldspar (KAlSi3O8) - One of the most important materials for medium and high temperature ceramic glazes. Potash feldspars are often not as pure and white as soda spars. A feldspar is typically referred to as 'potash' if there is significantly more potassium than sodium (typically there will be +10% K2O). If the amounts are closer to equal they are termed potash-soda feldspars (or vice versa). The real potash feldspars also have small amounts of CaO, MgO, Fe2O3, etc. Potassium feldspar melts at around 1200C (higher than soda feldspar) producing a more a viscous melt than does sodium feldspar. It can also produce a crystalline phase (leucite) that contributes to opacity. Thus, in industry, potash feldspars are often used more for matte glazes while soda feldspar is used for glossy glazes. At Stark Micron, we select one of the best mining ore site to provide you with the perfect composition and blend of required mineral to suit our demands for industrial purpose. This are then preprocessed to manufacture with the purest form of the prefect product. For detailed Specification, click on 'Product Specification' tab below. Know more.

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Attributes Information
Composition K2O.Al2O3.6SiO2
Potash Level Above 10%
Size (Mesh) 100, 200, 300
Color White
Packaging 50kg, 1 ton, 1.25 ton

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