Calcined Kaolin is an anhydrous aluminium silicate produced by heating natural kaolin to high temperatures in a specially designed rotary kiln. The calcination process increases whiteness and hardness, improves thermal properties and modify the size and shape of the kaolin particles.

Calcined kaolin is a viable clay option in moisture-sensitive applications and provides dependable reinforcement in various types of adhesive and sealant formulations.

1. Hyper 80

A cost-effective range of calcined kaolin suitable for most of commodity adhesives as a functional filler can be used in Epoxy, Polyurethane and other adhesives.

2. Glazex 90

Controlled size of Calcined Kaolin with platy structure and relatively low surface moisture helps to provides great barrier properties for adhesive film and provides better Thermal properties in the Adhesive & Sealant system.

3. Hyper Fine

Specially developed ultrafine series of Calcined Kaolin recommended for MS polymers, Silicones, epoxies and urethanes etc, it’s high oil absorption and brightness helps to achieve desired viscosity (i.e at low and high sheer) and replacement of costly Opacifying additive likeTiO2 respectively.