Pigments and Fillers
|raw material||description||used as||application|
|Titanium Dioxide (Titanium White, TiO2)||Inorganic pigment made from rutile ore. It has high index of refraction, absorbs UV radiation, is non-toxic and chemically passive.
Titanium dioxide content 94%-95%
|pigment||paints, coatings, plastics|
|Aluminium Hydroxide (Al(OH)3)||White or yellowish powder which has very wide range of applications. Main use in plastics industry is as filler and fire retardant / smoke suppresant. Available in variety of particle sizes to suit specific applications.
Al(OH)3 content > 99%, Al2O3 content > 64%, loss on ignition > 34%
|filler, fire retardant, smoke suppresant||plastics, paints, coatings, detergents|
|Calcined kaolin (aluminium silicate)||Calcined or dehydrated kaolin when used as filler in paint production allows significant saving of white (TiO2) or color pigment. It has good chemical and temperature resistance, as well as high brightness and whiteness.
We offer calcined kaolin with range of whiteness from 87% to 98%;
SiO2 Al2O3 Fe2O3 TiO2
58-50% 37-47% 0,9-0,4% 0,3-0,6%
|filler||paints, plastics, rubber, paper|
|Hydrous kaolin (aluminium hydrosilicate)||Natural kaolin is used as a filler for its barrier and strengthening properties. It is also used as clay in ceramics production and in blue pigment production.
We offer hydrous kaolin types with whiteness ranging 86-91% and chemical composition ranging:
Al2O3 SiO2 Fe2O3
33-37% 48-52% 0,65-1,1%
|filler, clay||rubber, plastics, paper, ceramics, glazes|
|Urea (Carbamide, CO(NH2)2)||pigment base||paints|