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Hi All

Being a student of ceramics i need suggestions for defloculation.  Please share your knowledge ideas for best defloculant for slurry. i have tried sodium tri poly phosphate but it is higher in cost . My requirement is high density and low viscosity. 

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Mohammad Salman Javed

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For red clay slurries Darvan 811,  sodium polyacrylate and for all the rest, including glazes, Darvan 7, sodium polymethacrylate. Both are available in liquid form. It takes very little to deflocculate a slip or glaze slurry, just a few drops for about a pint, depending on how deflocculated you need it.

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