What is talc (soapstone)?
Talc is the world’s softest mineral. All talc ores are soft, platy, water repellent and chemically inert, but no two talcs are the same. Talc is a vital part of our everyday life. Talc is found in products such as magazines, car and house polymers, paints and tiles. Talc is a naturally layered hydrated magnesium sheet silicate that has a platelet structure with the chemical formula Mg3 Si4 O10 (OH)2.
Hydrated Lime is produced by adding water to Quicklime. Hydrated Lime is used by Drilling Companies, Construction/Mason Work, Asphalt Producers & Water Treatment Fa.
Ground Calcium Carbonate
Our Ground Calcium Carbonate is selected from very rich mines of Pakistan origin. It is processed through the most modern plant. Our Ground Calcium Carbonate is mainly used in the end-use application like paper, plastic, paints and PVC industries.
Precipitated Calcium Carbonate
Precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) is an innovative product, derived from lime, which has many industrial applications. PCC is made by hydrating high-calcium quicklime, and then reacting the resulting slurry, or “milk-of-lime”, with carbon dioxide. The resulting product is extremely white and typically has a uniform narrow particle size distribution. PCC is available in numerous crystal morphologies and sizes, which can be tailored to optimize performance in a specific application.