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Satanite refractory mortar- 1 Lb

C$7.95
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Mixing and apply the Satanite

Mix the Satanite to a thick paste...just keep adding water slowly until you get a pasty consistency that you can paint on with a paintbrush....roughly the consistency of sour cream.
 
Spray the ceramic fiber insulation down using water with a hand sprayer to wet it lightly.
Next, apply the Satanite to the wool using a paintbrush, covering all exposed wool surfaces.
 
To cure it, you want to dry it slowly.  First, let the forge sit for a few hours minimum to air dry a little, then fire up the forge just briefly and shut it down.
Do this several times, allowing it to cool down in between and increasing the on-time with each subsequent cycle.
 
You'll see water vapor evaporating the first few times you do this.  Finally, fire it up and bring it up to full temp to fully cure it.
You will probably want to apply at least two coats of Satanite in this manner...it's a little time consuming (do it over a couple of day period) but makes for a more robust coating.  a 1/4" layer is a good thickness to shoot for.
 
If you are going to apply ITC-100 over top of the Satanite, be sure to fully cure the Satanite first.

Satanite for clay coating blades to produce a hamon

Satanite and APG #36 are two of the most commonly used "clay's" used in the U.S.A. for clay coating knife blades.

Using Satanite for Anti-scale compound

You can apply a thin wash of Satanite over your entire blades to aid in keeping scaling to a minimum while heat treating.

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  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by kcparker308@gmail.com on 2021 May 27th

    I'm a knifemaker, and this works great for getting hamons. Couldn't get any better.

  • 5
    Easy to use

    Posted by Joel on 2020 Aug 11th

    Easy to mix and adjust consistency. I did a thin layer to coat the entire blade to allow a thicker lay to stick to the spine. From file testing I can tell the spine is softer than the edge but I still have to etch and polish to see how the hamon turned out