Ball Clay, also known as “plastic clay”, is a type of fine-grained and highly plasticized clay that fires white. Common mineral compositions include kaolinite, mica, and quartz, with kaolinite being most prevalent. The post-mining processing of ball clays are generally minimal and their properties vary depending on where (geographically) they were mined.
Ball clay is often mixed with other clays such as kaolin in order to create a new clay that will suit particular requirements or desires.
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