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Product Range
Calcite/ Calcium Carbonate
Dolomite/ Limestone
Soapstone/ Talc/ Steatite
Pyrophyllite/ Sillimanite/ Kyanite
Stoneware Pipes
Soapstone/ Talc/ Steatite
Mahaveer Ceramic IndustriesTalc, the softest of all minerals is known to everyone because of talcum powder. The softness, flakiness, and stability of talc makes it a desirable substance for many purpose. In industry it is mainly classified into hard and soft and fibrous and flaky. It is a platy mineral used for its reinforcing properties. Talc is commonly used as the functional filler for the plastics, and as an extender & pigments for paints. Finely ground talc is widely used in the polypropylene industry for its reinforcing properties.
In plastics it adds to the stiffness, dimensional stability, flexural modulus & resistance to creep. It also contributes to good flow, surface appearance and easier machinability of polymers. In plastics, the primary use area of talc is in Polypropylene (PP).
Technical Details
Loss on Ignition 4% to 6%
Loss on Drying 0.05%
Acid soluble substances (as SO4) 2% - 3%
Extractable Fluoride 0.2% - 20%
pH (at 10%) 8.5% to 9.5%
Soluble Salts 0.2%
Absorption in Oil 30 to 35
Asbestos Fibers Nil
Arsenic Nil
SiO2 60 to 67
MgO 29 to 32
Fe2O3 0.15
CaO As per requirement
Al2O3 0.6% - 1%
Talc as a Filler Impart
  • Good surface appearance
  • High stiffness and dimensional stability
  • Good impact strength
  • Excellent strength and rigidity
  • Low mold shrinkage
Where do our products go?
  • Paints and distempers
  • Plastics
  • PVC compounds and cables
  • Thermoplastic compounds
  • PP compounds (automobile / furniture / box-strapping)
  • Electric and heat insulators
  • Specialty masterbatch
  • Thermo sets compounds
  • Paper
  • Soaps and detergents
We manufacture the minerals that meets the international quality standards.
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