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U.S. Silica
Hydrous kaolin clay. It is the feedstock for the calcined kaolin and water is present in the crystal lattice structure. KAOLIN B exhibits an excellent opacity and hiding power along with consistent... view more
U.S. Silica
Hydrous kaolin clay. It is the feedstock for the calcined kaolin and water is present in the crystal lattice structure. KAOLIN P exhibits an excellent opacity and hiding power along with consistent... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to synthetic silicas, MIN-U-SIL® 10 offers an increased shore durometer, improved thermal conductivity, increased density... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to synthetic silicas, MIN-U-SIL® 15 offers an increased shore durometer, improved thermal conductivity, increased density... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to synthetic silicas, MIN-U-SIL® 30 offers an increased shore durometer, improved thermal conductivity, increased density... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to synthetic silicas, MIN-U-SIL® 40 offers an increased shore durometer, improved thermal conductivity, increased density... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to synthetic silicas, MIN-U-SIL® 5 offers an increased shore durometer, improved thermal conductivity, increased density... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 106 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 125 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 250 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Fine ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 40 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 45 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 49 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 51 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 53 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 63 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 75 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
U.S. Silica
Ground silica. Acts as a semi-reinforcing filler. In comparison to other natural minerals, SIL-CO-SIL® 90 offers an improved chemical resistance, low resin demand, dispersibility as well as... view more
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