Magnesium silicate


Magnesium Silicate is known as talc, a mineral of inorganic constitution, chemically inert, extracted from deposits and processed in different particle size ranges depending on the desired application. It occurs in lamellar crystalline form, giving the mineral softness to the touch. General formula: 3 MgO 4 SiO2 H2O.

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Putty widely used in all paint systems, its laminar characteristic provides a more uniform surface finish, good coverage and low coefficient of friction, improving resistance to washability (or abrasion proof), provides flexibility in addition to acting as a hydrophobic agent, Its Morphology gives talc greater resistance to sedimentation, ensuring better stability to the system, etc.