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Bentonite

Bentonite is the important naturally occurring clay of great commercial importance possessing inherent bleaching properties. It is, therefore commonly called bleaching clay. It fall mainly under montmorillonite group containing a varying amount of attapulgite. Read more

Attapulgite 

The clay mineral Attapulgite derives its non-swelling needle-like morphology from its three-dimensional crystal structure. The shape and size of the needles result in unique colloidal properties, especially resistance to high concentrations of electrolytes, and give high surface area, high porosity particles when thermally activated. Read more

Fuller's Earth

Fuller’s earth is used to refine and decolourize petroleum products, cottonseed and soy oils, tallow, and other fats and oils. Its high adsorptive power also makes it commercially important in the preparation of animal litter trays and assorted degreasing agents and sweeping compounds without chemical treatment. Read more

Liquid Polymers

Liquid crystallinity in polymers may occur either by dissolving a polymer in a solvent (lyotropic liquid-crystal polymers) or by heating a polymer above its glass or melting transition point (thermotropic liquid-crystal polymers). Liquid-crystal polymers are present in melted/liquid or solid form. Read more

Chinaclay (Kaolin)

Kaolin also called China clay (Kaolin) is a naturally occurring whitish & soft clay substance that have developed from the chemical weathering of granite, an igneous feldspar rocks in hot, moist climates. China clay (Kaolin) is hydrated aluminum silicate having Al2O32SiO22H2O chemical formula. Read more

Silica Sand

Silica sand is one of the most common varieties of sand found in all over the world. Sand is the general term for broken down granules of minerals or rocks, technically between about one-sixteenth of a millimeter to two millimeters in diameter. Read more