We are one of the major Calcite Powder Suppliers in India. Calcite Powder is a natural Calcium Carbonate Powder with extremely high whiteness, purity and free flowing in nature. It is widely used in Thermoplastic application because of its compatibility with polymers and other organic additives. Natural Calcite Powder acts as a spacing extender, increasing efficiency of pigment TiO2. Calcite is also of bio-organic origin but more compacted than Chalk. Best quality calcite is found in Rajasthan.
Advantages of Our Calcite
Higher Flow Properties : It has higher mechanical properties in thermoplastic applications. Better gloss and whiteness in Paints and Powder coating applications.
Applications of Calcite Powder
Plastics : Functional Filler and Extender are used in a large range of applications in the plastics industry. They are indispensable for delustration of naturally transparent man-made fibers, for instance, and guarantee high color intensities and whiteness in plastic components.
Other Applications :
- PP master batches, Automotive and Furniture compounds.
- LDPE masterbatches.
- Rigid PVC Pipes.
- Leather Cloth Industry.
- Paints, Inks, Powder Coating and Ceramic Industry.
- Rubber Industry.
- As a flux in Glass Industry and in sizing of Textile goods.
China Clay Powder
We are one of the renowned White China Clay Powder Manufacturers in India. The China Clay Powder made available by us is a Hydrated Aluminum Silicate which is widely used in polymer applications contributing to the improvement in chemical resistance, electrical properties and reduction in water absorption. Calcined Clay Powder lowers the crack tendency in the finished products, improves shock resistance and surface quality. China Clay is widely used in paints manufacturing and in oil bound distemper manufacturing.
Industrial Applications of China Clay Powder
China Clay is used in several industries like potteries, tiles, ceramics, glass and others.
- Paints : China Clay is used in wide varieties of paints like distemper, cement primer, wood primer, emulsion paint, texture coating, spray plaster, putties, fillers and undercoats.
- Paper It is used in varieties of papers, cardboards, hard boards and others.
- Plastic : It is used as filler in combination with others to impart strength and smoothness.
- Electrical Industry : It is used for electrical insulation, high voltage insulation compounds electrical wires, EPDN rubber and others.
- Cosmetic & Soap : China Clay is used in toothpaste, cosmetic and soap industry.
The company is engaged in offering finest quality Dolomite Powder in the market. Dolomite Mineral is a double carbonate rock with composition of calcium & magnesium whose proportion varies as per the mining zone. Chemically & structurally Dolomite Mineral Powder is similar to calcite with half the calcium ions replaced by magnesium. Besides, we are one of the eminent Dolomite Exporters from India.
Uses of Dolomite
The company provides superior quality silica powder in the national as well as international market. Silica mineral is a white crystalline compound denoted by sio2 that occurs abundantly as quartz, sand, flint, agate and in other forms. Natural silica is obtained from the reputed mines and then they are grinned in the form of powder at our processing unit. Silica mineral powder finds numerous applications in glass, ceramic and tooth paste. In addition to this, we are identified as one of the reliable silica powder suppliers in india.
We are one of the largest Talc Manufacturers in the country. Talc is an important industrial mineral. Talc Mineral is an important filler material for paints, rubber, insecticides, cosmetics, plastics, paper, ceramic and pharma. Talc Powder is Very fine white to grayish white odorless tasteless powder, insoluble in water but slightly soluble in dilute acids. Natural Talc show low abrasion and is remarkable for color consistency and creep as well as heat resistance. In addition to this, we are also counted among the prime Talc Suppliers in India.
Talc is one of the most important industrial minerals and is the most common mineral for daily use as a body and face powder. Talcum Powder, the name derived from the mineral itself, is used in most urban homes the world over. The invention of perfumed talcum powder has been a contributing factor in the growth of modern fashions in cosmetics. The use of talc was known to civilisations in antiquity. The ancient craftsmen of the Mohenjodaro and Harappa civilisation, (in Sind, now in Pakistan), about 5000 years ago, exercised their skill on steatite, engraving their seals with representations of animals and mythological signs, before subjecting the carving to heat to acquire hard, white lustrous, enamelled surfaces. Small sculptures, ornate bosses and vessels were also made from the mineral during those early times.
Pulverized talc has wide industrial applications as filler in rubber, textile, plastic, linoleum, asbestos products, polishes and soaps; as a loading agent for paper of all kinds; as a carrier of insecticidal and pesticidal dusts and for coating calcium ammonium fertilizer. Most of the rubber manufacturers use talc powder as a lubricant to prevent ungalvanized rubber goods from sticking. The purer variety of steatite after calcination, industrially called 'Lava' is used in the manufacture of low loss ceramic materials required for high frequency insulations in all kinds of radio, television and related instruments. Bricks made out of crushed steatite bonded by sodium silicate are used for ssthe manufacture of furnaces in which argentiferous lead is softened before desilverising. Paper industry accounts for about 50% of the total consumption, in the domestic industry, 15% is shared by the insecticide and pesticide industries and only 3% by talcum powder manufacturers. The remaining quantity is consumed in textile, ceramics, paints, rubber, foundry facing and other industries.
Talc both in pulverized and brick forms, are used in this industry. Pulverized material of 200-300 BSS sieve is required as filler. It is used in the same way as china clay, that is, the talc powder is mixed with pulp before making into paper. A number of paper manufacturers are changing over from the use of china clay to French chalk as filler and loading material. The brightness in talc is 85 to 88º as compared to 75º in china clay. Since 1960, the consumption of talc in the paper industry has greatly increased. Paper industry requires talc powder, known as French chalk, of pure white quality. It should be free from gritty material. It should have low CaCO3 content, not exceeding 4%; also FeO should not be more stha 2%. Off-colour variety of talc free from grit is used for brown, roofing or inferior type of paper. Soapstone bricks are used for lining pulp tanks in the paper industry.
Textile industry also prefers talc powder free from grit and colouration, which is used both for loading and bleaching certain types of cotton goods. Inferior grades are used in back filling textiles.
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