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frit

(frit),
1. The material from which the glaze for artificial teeth is made.
2. A powdered pigment material used in coloring the porcelain of artificial teeth.
[Fr. frit, fried]

frit

(frit)
A substance used in making dental porcelain powders. It is produced by plunging hot, partially or fully fused porcelain into water; as the material cracks and fractures, the procelain is reduced to powder.
[Fr. frit, fried]

frit

(frit)
1. Material from which glaze for artificial teeth is made.
2. A powdered pigment material used in coloring the porcelain of artificial teeth.
[Fr. frit, fried]
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Usually, more emphasis is given to pigment, but in reality other optical system elements (frit and opacifiers) are equally important in determining optical properties enamel.
Al Salomi is a manufacturer of frits and glazes in the Middle East and North Africa.
They are lead based glazes, alkaline based glazes containing feldspars and/or frits, and alkaline earth based glazes containing calcium, magnesium, barium, strontium, beryllium oxide, zinc oxide, cadmium oxide and bismuth oxide.
Products made by the company include specialty frits and grits (finely-milled frits), glazes, digital inks, and other specialized tile coatings.
* 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.
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The company manufactures OEM glass and coatings for flat glass display applications, including silkscreen printing of epoxy and glass frit, and machined shapes and edges per customer specifications.
The Netzsch-Condux Air Classifier can be used for both coarse and fine classification applications on all powders from d97 = 100 pm to d97 = 2 [micro]m, including cosmetic powders; glass and glass frit; metal carbides, oxides, and nitrides; powder coatings; resins; silica; pyrophoric materials, etc.
The enamel-forming component includes at least a first lead-free and cadmium-free glass frit. The first lead-free and cadmium-free glass frit includes from about 30% to about 50% P2O5, from about 15% to about 30% A12O3, and from 2-40% X2O where X=Na and/or K.
The researchers also discovered why color units leach so much lead: It's their frit, which is 70 percent lead by weight.
In the words of his great idol Margaret Thatcher, he is too "frit" to defend his own record.