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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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An example would be: I am currently firing a c/9, fritted, alkaline, gloss, transparent, blue, soda fired, sprayed glazed, in a reduction kiln atmosphere, and it has a hard-fired surface.
In this study, characterization of Ankara Beypazari trona ore and its usage possibilities were studied in fritted ceramic glazes having different chemical compositions instead of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate.
The new building's skin was designed by Arquitectonica, with a unique combination of irregular folded, fritted glass.
This light 'white box' contrasts with the black ones, toplit and beautifully decorated with fritted glass panels left over from the Finnish Pavilion at the Hanover Expo.
Chelsea House, located on 130 West 19th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, is a 14-story building featuring an artistically inspired facade of clear and fritted glass, ex-posed concrete and stylized window mullions.
Wrapped in a skin of fritted glazing, the 52-storey tower appears to dematerialize as it rises heavenwards.
The 14-story property features a facade of clear and fritted glass, exposed concrete and stylized window mullions.
In fact, the coloured panels are single-paned silk-screen fritted glass louvres that form a rainscreen over the whole visible part of the exterior, save the entrances, which are in ordinary glass.
To execute a monolithic glass veil on the edges, the green-tinted glass will be flush placed but 'fritted' to create a white banding or stripped effect, subtly echoing the front silvery mullions.
The outer tinted sheet is fritted to give a high performance shading coefficient to reduce solar gain, but transmitting a high proportion of the visible spectrum.