Red Iron Oxide (Pottery Colourant)
Colourants can be added to glazes to get the desired coloured effects. Unlike stains, colourants react differently in each firing. A wide spectrum of colours can be achieved by mixing them with other colourants, opacifiers & stains.
Name: Iron Oxide (Fe2O3)
Appearance Colour: Brick Red
- In Slips: 0.5%-8%
- In Glazes: <15%
Output Colour: Varied
Stability: Relatively stable when compared to yellow iron oxide.
Additional Information: Red Iron Oxide (Fe2O3) is the normal state of iron oxide. It is the most oxidized form, and when it is reduced, it is reduced to black iron oxide. As a glaze component, it can create varied effects depending on the conditions. In general the following occurs with iron oxide:
- oxidation firings produce red iron oxide
- reduction firings produce black iron oxide
Caution: In its powdered form, red iron oxide can cause skin, eye irritation and sensitization, and is very harmful if inhaled. Please use protective coverings when handling this chemical.
Note: Owing to the nature of ceramic making process and the varied combinations of elements, we request the user to always test their formulations before bulk production/purchase. It is for the user to satisfy that the product meets their requirements.
- 100gms, 250gms, 500gms & 1Kg: Stand-up pouch with zip lock (Inner non-reactive lining)
- 5Kgs: Plastic Cover
- In Stock: 2-3 working days
- Pre-Order: 12-15 working days