Supplier of Kaolin
Introduction Supplier of Kaolin
Pratibha Refractory Minerals was established in 1987 in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. It supplies, manufactures and export refractory minerals like talc powder, dolomite and kaolin. Pratibha Refractory Minerals is one of the best Supplier of Kaolin in India and all over the globe. It produces the best quality of Kaolin which is fine and of good quality. Further, we endeavor to maintain a good reputation among our clients. Our first priority is customer satisfaction.
We widely export and supply our products (Talc Powder, Kaolin and Dolomite) in Indonesia. Main Cities of Indonesia where we export our products are Bali, Jakarta, Java, Kalimantan, Jambi, Tarakan, Ambon, Kali, Sumbawa, Timor, Ternate, Sulawesi, Buton, Sumatra, Batam and Bintan.
About Kaolin Supplier of Kaolin
Kaolin is derived from the mineral Kaolinite which presents in the Earth's crust. In its natural state kaolin is a white, very soft powder consisting primarily of the mineral Kaolinite, which, under the microscope, is seen to consist of roughly hexagonal, platy crystals .These crystals may take a worm like and layered forms and rarely macroscopic forms. It is found in millimeter size. Kaolin as found in nature usually contains varying amounts of other minerals such as muscovite, quartz, feldspar, and anatase. It is white clay that contains aluminum, sodium, calcium, magnesium, and silicon.
In addition, unpurified kaolin is generally stained yellow by iron hydroxide pigments. It is usually necessary to bleach the clay chemically to remove the iron pigments and to clean it with water to remove the other minerals in order to prepare kaolin for commercial use.
Properties of Kaolin Supplier of Kaolin
Kaolin is mostly found in form of clay. It is also called china clay. It is usually white in appearance. Kaolin deposits can be classified into two types, primary is called residual and secondary is called sedimentary. It has soft and earthy texture. Kaolin is of roughly hexagonal size. It has varying amount of minerals into it. In high concentrations, the mineral appears in white pieces with a high level of flexible strength, and it can be used to produce several styles of ceramic products. Kaolin clay can also be mixed with other clays to create customized blends.
Kaolin’s whiteness and plasticity make it extremely suitable for its extensive use as a filler, extender, ceramic raw material and pigment. It is a unique industrial mineral, which remains chemically inert over a relatively wide pH range and it offers excellent covering when used as a pigment or extender in coated films and filling applications. Additionally, it is soft and non-abrasive and has a low conductivity of heat and electricity.
Applications Supplier of Kaolin
There are numerous applications of kaolin. It is mainly used by paper, Wires and cables, plastics and rubber, construction, paint and coatings, agriculture, ceramics, toothpaste, cosmetics, whitewash, organic farming, and, thermal papers manufacturing firms.
Office Address: 147, Road # 9, Ashok Nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India 313001
Mohit Lakhani:- +91-9413034047
Mohit Lakhani:- +91-9413034047