Attention!
Dear customers, because of the requirements of the federal government and the state government of Rhineland-Palatinate regarding the Corona crisis,
we will close our sales room in Hilgert from Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 until further notice - also on Saturdays.

If you would like to collect goods from us, we ask you to give us your order the day before by email, fax or phone. We will then make the goods available for collection on the following day or at a later desired date.
Our dispatch is not affected by the situation and continues to run normally.
Our staff will be happy to advise you by phone.
The state of Rhineland-Palatinate has also decided that schools and day care centers will remain closed at least until the end of the Easter holidays.
Parts of our workforce are also affected by this measure. Therefore we will work with a reduced workforce in the near future.

This affects not only us, but also our suppliers and service providers such as parcel shipping and freight forwarders. This can and will delay delivery times.

We ask for your understanding.
Your Carl-Jäger team

Casting slips

The casting slips should have a weight of 1,8 kg per liter and should run down viscously from the finger, thus not drop. It is recommended to sieve the masses before use (sieve 52-72 mesh), in order to avoid contaminations, lumps or air bubbles. To increase the fitting of the glaze roughly 7% calcite (already contained in 23/WKFL and 23/WK) can be added to the casting slip relating to the amount of the dry-mass (= roughly 500g per bucket).

A brown-burning casting slip results from adding 2-5% manganese-dioxide to the red-burning mass.

For tiles and plates 20-50% chamottes can be added to the casting slips. In this case the castings slips have to be processed rather stiff in order to avoid a deposition of the chamottes.

The casting slips should have a weight of 1,8 kg per liter and should run down viscously from the finger, thus not drop. It is recommended to sieve the masses before use (sieve 52-72 mesh), in... read more »
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Casting slips

The casting slips should have a weight of 1,8 kg per liter and should run down viscously from the finger, thus not drop. It is recommended to sieve the masses before use (sieve 52-72 mesh), in order to avoid contaminations, lumps or air bubbles. To increase the fitting of the glaze roughly 7% calcite (already contained in 23/WKFL and 23/WK) can be added to the casting slip relating to the amount of the dry-mass (= roughly 500g per bucket).

A brown-burning casting slip results from adding 2-5% manganese-dioxide to the red-burning mass.

For tiles and plates 20-50% chamottes can be added to the casting slips. In this case the castings slips have to be processed rather stiff in order to avoid a deposition of the chamottes.

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Soft paste china-casting slip, snow-white (liquid), 10 Kg
Soft paste china-casting slip, snow-white...
27.37€*
Net: 23.00€
Shipping weight 10 kg (2.74€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
Casting slip 22/R
Casting slip 22/R
1.37€*
Net: 1.15€
Shipping weight 1 kg
Casting slip 23/WK
Casting slip 23/WK
0.92€*
Net: 0.77€
Shipping weight 1 kg
Casting slip 21/W
Casting slip 21/W
0.92€*
Net: 0.77€
Shipping weight 1 kg
Casting slip GM
Casting slip GM
0.92€*
Net: 0.77€
Shipping weight 1 kg
Casting slip 24F/FL
Casting slip 24F/FL
14.16€*
Net: 11.90€
Shipping weight 10 kg (1.42€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
Casting slip 22R/FL
Casting slip 22R/FL
10.59€*
Net: 8.90€
Shipping weight 10 kg (1.06€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
Casting slip 23WK/FL m. calc-spar
Casting slip 23WK/FL m. calc-spar
8.93€*
Net: 7.50€
Shipping weight 10 kg (0.89€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
Casting slip 21W/FL
Casting slip 21W/FL
9.88€*
Net: 8.30€
Shipping weight 10 kg (0.99€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
casting slip GM/FL
casting slip GM/FL
9.28€*
Net: 7.80€
Shipping weight 10 kg (0.93€ * / 1 Kilogramm)
Formsil 113/
Formsil 113/
12.00€*
Net: 0.10€
Shipping weight 1 kg
DIN-flow-cup Ø 6 mm
DIN-flow-cup Ø 6 mm
24.51€*
Net: 20.60€
Shipping weight 0.06 kg
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