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  1. Hi guys Thank you very much for your answers, I really appreciate your help and posts. I have another question here to know. We are making a commercial glaze from scarva and when we make glaze viscosity is very high, what I do is I put a lot of water to reduce it to 27 viscosity is this is a problem? or I should youse deflocculant to reduce viscosity, not water?
  2. We can't go hotter because of its damages our wires inside, that's why we went lower cone and that's why we got the shivering problem, what to? and we fire elements once before we glaze them, and when we glaze them we send them the second time
  3. Hi, guys sorry for the delay. We are located in Ireland. Our clay is white and our cone is 07 - 950° Glaze we buying at scarva.com based in the UK, we are buying 1060° glaze but our kiln temperature is 950° and I think that's why we have glaze shivering but I'm looking for answers Another point is that we cant use lower cone glaze because we are making Ceramic Heaters and if glaze will be lower cone then glaze will melt or remelt on an element while it will work. Is it there any asnwer on that? Thank you
  4. Hello everyone who is looking. I have glaze shivering problem on elements made from two parts, that's means inside of it is emphty, all other product is full with slip and they are not ephty and they dont have shivering, what could couse this problem ? moustly this problem on black glaze on the edges and ridges. Mb some one know expert who can come in or contact with me derectly and we can discuss all story if you know someone who can help pliz let me know. I know it is very small information about glaze and clay.
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