Talc Lumps and Talc Powder forsale at a low rate

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$92.54 - $173.51 / Metric Ton | 50 Metric Ton/Metric Tons (Min. Order)
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Quantity(Metric Tons) 1 - 50 >50
Est. Time(days) 23 Negotiable
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Place of Origin:
Germany
Brand Name:
JANEXA
Model Number:
743453453
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
6000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
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Packaging Details
AS PER BUYER
Port
Hamburg Port, Germany
Lead Time :
Quantity(Metric Tons) 1 - 50 >50
Est. Time(days) 23 To be negotiated

We are supplier of Talc lumps and Powder having 95-96% whiteness .We provide good quality products in acceptable price and friendly payment term .

Talc is a mineral that is found in igneous and metamorphic rocks.  Sometimes it is called soapstone and is a kind of Mica.


Talc is very useful, and not just because it can be ground into talcum powder—it's a common filler in paints, rubber and plastics too. Other less precise names for talc are steatite or soapstone, but those are rocks containing impure talc rather than the pure mineral.
 Talc is used for electrical and scientific products because it resists heat, electricity, and acid.  It is used in paints, rubber, insecticides, talcum powder, and paper.

 

TALC used 
* Paper industry - Talc powder for children. 
* Cosmetic Industry. 
* Plastic Industry - Leath 

Talc is the world's softest mineral. Although all talc ores are soft, platy, water repellent and chemically inert, no two talc's are quite the same. Talc is a vital part of everyday life. The magazines we read the polymers in our cars and houses, the paints we use and the tiles we walk on are just some of the products that talc enhances.

Talc is a hydrated magnesium sheet silicate with the chemical formula Mg3Si4O10 (OH) 2. The elementary sheet is composed of a layer of magnesium-oxygen/hydroxyl octahedral, sandwiched between two layers of silicon oxygen tetrahedral. The main or basal surfaces of this elementary sheet do not contain hydroxyl groups or active ions, which explains talc's hydrophobic and inertness

RESULT (%)

Category Concentration

Excellent

Extra

Normal

SiO2

62.16

62.7

62.51

MgO

31.54

30.94

30.34

AL 2 O 3

0.32

0.36

0.38

CaO

0.43

0.54

0.58

Fe 2 O 3

0.15

0.19

0.31

Na 2 O

0.082

0.101

0.069

K 2 O

0.03

0.04

0.04

L.O.I

4.81

4.81

5.02

P 2 O 5

0.054

0.044

0.057

H 2 O

0.24

0.180

0.23

Total

99.816

99.905

99.536

Brightness

96.6%

89.5%

85.1%

   

     Uses  

  • Electrical isolators Industry.
  •  Paper industry - Talc powder for children.
  • Cosmetic Industry.
  • Plastic Industry - Leather tanning.
  • Porcelain and China Industry.
  • Lead pencils industry - Whitening rice.
  • Pharmaceutical Industries.

 Our gamuts of minerals also include a talc and soapstone mineral that is a secondary mineral formed by the hydrothermal actions and regional metamorphism of magnesium rich rocks. These are available in wide variety such as steatite or soapstone powder, potstone etc. Widely used for making carvings, models, decorative vases, utensils and pots, these also form the base for many cosmetics and toilet preparations. We offer these in different quantities as per client's demand.

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