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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 35  1976
Control of Fishscaling 1n Enamelling A New Technique
D. P. NIYOGI
Pages : 68-70
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1976.10840860
Abstract
The enamel industry is often confronted with the problem of fishscaling, i.e. spontaneous popping up of small chips of enamel in the shape of half moon. The factors leading to formation of this defect were the subjects of numerous investigations and it has now been generally accepted that the cause of fishscaling lies in the formation of gases at the metal-enamel interfacc. 1- 4 The gases commonly encountered are carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water vapour and hydrogen.l If these gases are allowed to accumulate at the interface, a pressure15- 8 builds up till it is released through formation of fish scales.
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