Natural kaolin


Kaolin is an inorganic, chemically inert mineral extracted from deposits and processed into different particle size ranges depending on the desired application. It comes in lamellar crystalline form with an irregular surface, providing great adsorption power. It can be treated by chemical bleaching or calcination, leaving the product whiter. General formula: Al2Si2O5(OH)4

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Putty widely used in all paint systems, its laminar characteristic provides a more uniform surface finish and good coverage, its adsorption capacity promotes better adhesion between the particles and the polymer, improving resistance to washability (or abrasion test). , provides flexibility, its morphology gives kaolin greater resistance to sedimentation, ensuring greater stability to the system, for enamels, flexographic paints, etc.