Calcium carbonate powder (CaCO3 powder) is mainly used as a substitute for more expensive ingredients. Calcium Carbonate powder by Tan Ky Mineral Processing Joint Stock Company provides proven performance with better value and quality:

. 40% water based paint, oil painting (Additive: water resin, kaolin,…)

. 60% putty wall (the rest is other additives: cement,…)

. Application in other paints: wood paints, Epoxy paints, marine paints, electrostatic paint, PU Paint, industrial paint, imitation paint, aromatic paint, waterproof paint,…


  1. Features of calcium carbonate

    . High whiteness 98%min

    . High purity 98.5%min

    Specific Application benefits

    . Interior decoration paint is mainly using calcium carbonate powder to expand the expensive components in construction and control the shine in construction.

    . In some outdoor formulations, calcium carbonate powder provides weather resistance and pH stablility while giving mortar and image output. Calcium carbonate primarily contribute to the rheological, shrinkage.

    . Calcium carbonate for road markers, traffic paint. It is incorporated to provide high brightness and opacity as well as reduce costs.

    . White powder coating with a high TiO2 content can benefit from the pigmented distance and extend the features provided by calcium carbonate designed for domestic and other indoor use to reduce expenditure. Charge, while maintaining gloss, color and opacity good.

    . Elastomeric roof coating uses pigments for brightness and opacity, and calcite powder can enhance the optical property.

    . Calcium carbonate are the pigment that extends in the ink, providing turbidity, viscosity and ball control. They can also used as dyes and dispersion aid.

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