Talcum Powder

Talcum powder is a soft white powder made from the mineral - Talc. Talc constitutes magnesium, silica, and oxygen. We produce talcum powder in the purest form pertaining to paper grade and cosmetic grade (Micronised). For the past three decades, we have been producing and delivering talcum powder to well-known paper and cosmetic industries. The Talcum Powder produced by us has a brightness ranging from 80% to 95%.

Packing :
  • 1400kgs/Jumbo bag
  • 28 tons per container 20’ feet
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Product Uses

Plastic Industry

Mainly used as a filler for the manufacturing of plastic, talc particles increase the stiffness of products such as polypropylene, vinyl, polyethylene, nylon, and polyester. It also increases the heat resistance of the aforementioned products and reduces shrinkage.

Ceramic Industry

Talc is used in the manufacturing of ceramic products such as bathroom fixtures, ceramic tile, pottery, and dinnerware.

Paint

Most paints are suspensions of mineral particles, which is Talc. alc is used as an extender and filler in paints.

Paper

When the pulp of organic fibers is rolled, Talc is extensively used as a filler to improve the opacity, brightness, and whiteness of the paper.

Cosmetics & Antiperspirants

Finely ground talc is used as the powder base in many cosmetic products. Talc’s softness allows it to be applied easily and also removed easily, plus it can absorb odor.

Roofing material

Talc is added to the asphaltic materials which are used to make roofing materials.

Chemical Physical COMPONENT

PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Chemical Classification Silicate
Color White
Streak White
Diaphaneity Translucent
Specific Gravity 2.7 to 2.8
Specific gravity 2.70%
Moisture ex works (ISO 787/2) 0.10%
Refractive Index 1.50
Bulk density (WT) 0.30 g/ml
Bulk density (T) 0.35 g/ml
Oil absorption (ISO 787/5) 47 g/100g
Reflectance 98.0%
CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RAW MATERIAL Sio2 60.00%
MgO 32.00%
Al203 Mil
Fe203 Nil
CaO 0.50%
Loss on ignition at 1050 C 5.00%
Solubility in HCL 2.00%
ph value (ISO 787/9) 8.5