Calcium Carbonate for Rubber :

The addition of calcium carbonate to rubber increases tensile strength, abrasion resistance, and tear resistance even more than does vulcanization. Our range is used for improving the strength, whiteness and reinforcing filler in belts, floor tiles, mats, tyre tube straps, conveyor, shoes and slipper sole and many other rubber products. Moreover, our range is processed in a safe and hygienic environment. Calcium carbonate may also partially replace such more-costly white fillers as white carbon black and titanium white.

Magnesium Carbonate (Dolomite) for Rubber :

Used in rubber, it can increase the volume of the rubber, improve the processability of the rubber, play a role of semi-reinforcement or reinforcement, and can adjust the hardness of the rubber. This carbonate mineral has an alternating structural assortment of magnesium and calcium ions. An additive for Thermoplastic and as a hardening agent for Rubber industry.


Magnesium Silicate (Talc) for Rubber :

The rubber industry talc is used for two purposes. One, as compounding material in the preparation of certain types of hard rubber, and the other, as a lubricant to prevent rubber moulds from sticking. Talc reduces the viscosity of rubber compounds, thereby facilitating the processing of moulded parts. It also improves extrudate qualities, increasing production rates and enhancing UV radiation resistance of exterior parts such as automotive profiles. In sealants and gaskets, they provide good compression resistance, while in pharmaceutical stoppers, they create a barrier against liquids. In cables, talc functions as insulators and in tire manufacture it makes excellent processing aids.