Source Lei | Magnesium Silicate Series-Magnesium Silicate

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2024-01-29 09:37


Source Lei | Magnesium Silicate Series-Magnesium Silicate


Magnesium silicate


Specifications:There are40,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000


Performance:White or almost white, fine, non-sand powder, hand feel greasy. Odorless, tasteless. This product does not dissolve in water, dilute mineral acid or dilute alkali hydroxide solution.


Scope of application:


(1) Coating grade (TL): used for white body pigments and various water-based, oil-based, resin industrial coatings, primers, protective paints, etc.


(2) paper grade (ZZ): used for all kinds of paper and paperboard filler, wood asphalt control agent.


(3) plastic grade (SL): used for polypropylene, nylon, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene, polystyrene and polyester plastic filler.


(4) Rubber grade (AJ): Used for rubber fillers and anti-sticking agents for rubber products.


(5) cable grade (DL): used for cable rubber additive, cable isolation agent.


(6) Ceramic grade (TC): used in the manufacture of electric porcelain, radio porcelain, various industrial ceramics, architectural ceramics, daily ceramics and enamel.


(7) Waterproof material grade (FS): used for waterproofing membrane, waterproof coating, waterproof ointment, etc.


(8) Fine talcum powder: used for advanced paint coatings, plastics, cable rubber, cosmetics, copper board paper coatings, textile lubricants, etc.


Silicic acid, for, rubber, cable, filler, white, ceramic, coating, plastic

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