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frit

[frit]
(materials)
Fusible ceramic mixture used to make glazes and enamels for dinnerware and metallic surfaces, as on stoves and metal-base basins and tubs.

frit

Small friable particles produced by quenching a molten glassy material.
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Al Salomi for Frit and Glazes, headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, is a manufacturer of frits and glazes for the ceramic industry, primarily serving the Middle East region.
By just comparing primary fluxes, Ferro frit #3195, Custer feldspar and Nepheline syenite 270x and the percentages of EPK clay in each glaze we can make an estimation of light transmission, surface texture and degree of opacity.
Lower toxicity; owing to its size and structure, the frit tends to form less ambient dust than the original raw materials, thus reducing the hazard associated with raw materials toxicity.
Ferro proposes to replace the organic seal with technology similar to its glass frit sealing materials presently used in thick-film solar cells and that are field-proven to last well beyond the cells' expected lifetimes.
But also, the damier frit in white was slightly altered in size and frequency on both surfaces to give a double moire effect from both near and far away.
The automatic frit punch/place machine can fill 96-or 384-well microplates.
Ceramic frit (similar to sandblasting) was applied to the glass to regulate the increase in temperature related to the natural light.
They are offered in both fixed and adjustable design configurations, and each kit includes a variety of standard and inert end fittings and frit options, and time-saving pre-assembled tubing sets.
The solar screen of laminated glass is etched in a pattern of vertical strips on the outer face and ceramic frit on the outward-facing surface of the inner laminate, with a grid of small squares on the same horizontal module as the etched strips.
A new design in the packed bed and frit placement has resulted in bed volumes as low as 120 nL, while minimizing swept volume, leading to less sample dilution and dispersion.