Tin-glazing

Tin-glazing consists of oxides used as the ceramic coating for decorative, protective and waterproofing purposes. It is applied to surfaces and undergoes baking at variable temperature, to prompt the vitrification process. The appearance is transparent. 

 

 

The chemical compounds include three parts: a glazing oxide, generally silica-based, combined with a flux oxide, capable of lowering the high melting point of ceramic glaze, and finally a stabilizing oxide to be applied to the fluid glazing compound at its melting temperature.

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