Ultrafine Calcium Carbonate used in Paints and Coatings has a spatial steric effect. The addition of ultrafine calcium carbonate to paint can cause the relatively dense lithopone to stay in suspension and not sink to the bottom. It can increase the whiteness and luster of the paint film without reducing covering ability. These performance-enhancing qualities have ensured the large-scale acceptance of ultrafine calcium carbonate by the paint industry. It can prevent settling in latex paints, and can reduce the amount of dispersant needed. The use of ultrafine calcium carbonate that has been activated by treatment with a chelated paint dispersion and coupling agent can significantly increase the paint's color intensity and reflection, and thereby enhance the luster, and also improve covering ability, abrasion resistance, adhesion, impact resistance, and flexibility. Ultrafine calcium carbonate is used even more extensively in the aqueous paint industry. It can prevent pigment settling, promote good dispersion, and improve luster. Typically 20%-60% ultrafine calcium carbonate is used in aqueous paints.
Calcium carbonate Powder is generally used in paint and coating applications. This powder is used as an extender. This is like an agent to decrease or increase the shine. Calcium Carbonate Powder is exclusively used in Paint & Coating Industries for the producing Coatings and Emulsion Paint.
Calcium Carbonate increases the features of process ability, distribution and high whiteness of paint. It is an anti setting moderator and opacity agent that increases the strength and luster characteristics of the paint. It also works as an anti-rust agent.
1. it decreases the cost of the construct
2. Used as and extender in paint industry.
3. Known filler of chalk.
Calcium carbonate Powder is used as an extender conveys brightness etc.
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