Talc Powder For Paint Industry in Thailand
We manufacture high quality Talc Powder For Paint Industry in Thailand. The products are made by using quality assured chemicals and advanced methodologies at our well-equipped production unit. The products offered by us are appreciated for their features like non-reactivity to acidic, temperature resistant nature and excellent flow properties. Offered products find their applications in various industries like rubber, leather, paints and varnishes, oil field and many more.
A talc powder is a mineral that finds usage as a mechanical powder in the paint industry. It is an effective drying agent and is used in a wide array of sectors such as the ceramic industry, papermaking, adhesive manufacturing and much more. You have most likely heard about talcum powder, but it is not the same as talc powder. Talcum powder is a cosmetic powder, which can be used on the face, arms, and even for bathing. It is a very soft white powder and when it is applied to the skin, it adds some extra moisture to it. Much like you would use face or facial creams or lotions - talcum powder is applied in a similar fashion.
One major difference between talcum powder and talc powder is that the organic chemical compound in talc powder is actually magnesium silicate, whereas in talcum the compound is hydrated magnesium silicate. In the present scenario, for the paint industry to grow continuously, talc powder has to be used in many applications of coatings and paints. Talc powder paint is a type of paint, which requires a non-toxic binders and drying agents to create. It is generally made up of calcium carbonate and a number of other materials. It is used on both the exterior and interior surfaces of homes and buildings.
Our Talc Powder For Paint Industry in Thailand is widely demanded by esteemed clients and is used to produce quality paints, due to their excellent finishing and resistance to water or solvent-based solutions. With the product having a good impact resistance and adhesion with almost all the substrates, thereby allowing the use of the product by major painters, decorators and architects.