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Characteristics And Uses Of Talc In FRP Consumables

Jul 28, 2020

This article mainly writes about the characteristics of talc powder in FRP consumables and its use in the chemical industry and ceramics. Our company mainly produces FRP materials. Choosing our company will enable you to achieve one-stop shopping. Convenient shopping has been applied to the lives of contemporary people. Mode, let’s get back to business, let’s understand the characteristics of a glazed stone powder.

Talc has excellent physical and chemical properties such as lubricity, fire resistance, acid resistance, insulation, high melting point, chemical inactivity, good hiding power, softness, good luster, and strong adsorption. Because the crystalline structure of talc is layered Shaped, so it has a tendency to split into scales and special smoothness.

It is relatively stable under normal conditions and has no obvious side effects, but long-term large amounts of intake are carcinogenic. According to GB 9685-2008, the maximum use amount in coatings is 2.0%; plastics (PE, PP, PS, AS, ABS, PA, PET, PC), rubber and paper are used in appropriate amounts according to production needs

Chemical use: used in rubber, plastic, paint, and other chemical industries as a strengthening and modifying filler.

Features: Increase the stability of the product shape, increase the tensile strength, shear strength, flexural strength, pressure strength, reduce deformation, elongation, thermal expansion coefficient, high whiteness, and strong uniform particle size dispersion.

Ceramic use: used to manufacture high-frequency porcelain, radio porcelain, various industrial ceramics, architectural ceramics, daily-use ceramics and ceramic glazes.

Features: high temperature does not change color, increased whiteness after calcination, uniform density, good gloss and smooth surface.