Talc Powder For Paint Industry in Italy
Talc powder, also known as talcum powder and often found in baby powders, cosmetic powders and personal care products, is a non-toxic mineral powder. Talc powder is fine white and has excellent absorbing properties due to its chemical structure. It can be used in paints, coatings, plastics, rubber, paper and other industrial applications.
With the help of our Talc powders in paint industry Italy, you can easily manufacture excellent quality paints. Our talc powders are extremely preferred for their purity and excellent coating properties among a diversified range of paints. The powder is also used as a constituent material of paints, in formulating tiles, ceramic, plastic and paper glues, in rubber industry and so on.
Talc powder is a mineral pigment in the form of white powder. Most commonly, talc is used to keep paint on the brushes; however, it is also present as part of the make-up of thousands of cosmetic products and medical devices. It may be used as an ingredient in other body care products as well, like soaps, nail polishes, lipsticks, eye shadow or hair removal creams.
Talc powder, also called talcum powder or talc, is a mineral composed of hydrous magnesium silicate, with the chemical formula Mg3(SiO3)4. It is produced by mining the mineral talc and drying it into a soft white powder. Talcum powder is used in industry as a lubricant and dust suppressant in manufacturing processes such as mining and paint application. It is also used in cosmetic products such as baby powder and adult body and facial powders for absorbing moisture, reducing chafing, refining the surface of the skin upon which make-up is applied, as well as acting as an absorbent to reduce bleeding from small shaving cuts. The powder coating industry has its own specific needs when it comes to pigment powders. Our versatile range of white pigment powders is tailored specifically to meet the exacting needs of the powder coating sector.
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