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20 Microns produces various grades of crystalline structure Dolomite Powders under “Micron Carb-DL” Series of different brightness and particle sizes. It helps to improve Weatherability and Increase Mechanical Stability. We have dark to whiter shades of Dolomites under our brands which are pure, Micronized and with controlled particle size available from the finest resources. It is used in a variety of applications and quite widely accepted across a cross section of industries serving various properties. We produce it in a broad range of particle sizes ranging from coarser to finer to ultra-fine sizes depending on the nature of your application and requirement by offering customized grades as well in various packaging sizes. Read More
20 Microns produces various kinds of low cost and high cost Amorphous Silica based to Fumed Silica based Matting Agents. Silica-based matting agents can alter the surface in such a way that the light falling on it is scattered in a defined fashion. The matting agent particles stand out, invisible to the human eye. Neither the color nor the base is changed to any great extent. Our Matting Agents are branded under “FMSIL” Series and “Vapormat”. FMSIL are Fumed Silica based Matting Agents which is high performance sol-gel silica that allows exceptional surface characteristics with excellent slip effect and some outstanding suspension behaviour. “Vapormat” is an Amorphous Silica based Matting Agent for both Solvent and Water borne systems with very low crystalline silica content. Read More
An inspiring innovation of white opacifying pigment attained by means of co-precipitation under special controlled post production treatment which obtains ultrafine parti le size distribution and is optimally adjusted for optical rheological properties. It is very effective in white masterbatch to save cost via partial replacement l.e. 20 – 25% TiO2 and resistance to yellowing. We have two grades of Lithomer. Read More
Jan 12, 2019