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Precipitated Calcium Carbonate Origin

In 1911 light precipitated calcium carbonate was made for the first time anywhere in the world. Precipitated CaCO3 was reacted from milk of lime with the waste carbon dioxide produced when limestone is calcined. Since then this type of precipitated calcium carbonate has played an important role as a raw material for toothpaste and face powder and as a filler for rubber goods.

09-March-2016
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Precipitated Calcium Carbonate

Precipitated calcium carbonate are also known as light calcium carbonate. They are different from CaCO3 that are ground from limestone. Those would be known as heavy calcium carbonate.

Precipitated calcium carbonate uses are varied and in various industries. Calcium carbonate manufacturer made each grade of CaCO3 for different industrial uses.

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Mineral Black

Mineral Black, a special rubber filler made from special bitumen sourced from ground coal. Our industrial chemical suppliers has develop this special bitumen which has a fine particle size and has a unique character of low gravity for rubber and plastic polymers.

09-March-2016
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Kaolin Clay (Aluminium Silicates)

There are various uses of Kaolin Clay. As an industrial chemical material supplier, we supply functional anhydrous and hydrous aluminium silicates material that could be used for the various chemical industries. Kaolin Clay has different functions and applications when used in different products such as those used in coatings, plastics, rubber, and cement products.

09-March-2016
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Fume Silica

Hydrophilic Fume Silica

This chemical materials supplier product, the hydrophilic fume silica is made by combusting silicon tetrachloride vapour with oxygen and hydrogen. Being vapour based it readily disperses into liquid or powder to very fine particle size. The fine particle size provides excellent dispersion properties when combined with other materials such as silicon rubber. Fume silica provides highly thickening property and thixothropy to liquid medium.

09-March-2016
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Calcium Carbonate Sources

Most of us are not aware of the calcium carbonate sources. However, this mineral is available in abundant sources from just about anywhere. What makes it different is the form and structure from each source it was derived from and also after additionally processing it to make it usable in its intended use.

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