Uses

 

Kaolin is a platy white clay that is chemically inert, nonabrasive and possesses a number of characteristics that make it desirable for use in a range of industries, including paper and paperboard, paints and coatings, plastics, wire and cable, concrete and agriculture among many others.

 

 

Specialty

Thermal Paper

Kaolins enhance specialty paper products including thermal paper, carbonless paper, label grades and ink jet paper.

 

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Specialty

Calcined Kaolin for Paper

BASF's calcined kaolin supports papermakers in their thermal, packaging and graphical applications.

 

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Specialty

Agriculture

Kaolin is used in a variety of agricultural applications including seed coatings and pesticide formulations.

 

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Coatings

Paint and Coatings

Consistency, performance and costs are the driving forces behind which kaolin's contributions to coatings.

 

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Wire and Cable

Using calcined and surface treated kaolin, BASF has helped improve electrical and physical performance even at high stress with elevated moisture and temperature levels.

 

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Rubber and Plastics

The bonds between the kaolin and the polymers provide enhanced mechanical strength, improved impact and flex strength, and a high degree of hydrophobicity.

 

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Construction

MetaMax is a highly reactive metakaolin product that exhibits pozzolanic properties, which leads to the increased strength in concrete and cement-based products.

 

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