The term calcium silicate applies to a number of related compounds
consisting of calcium, silicon, and oxygen, all of which tend to occur in a hydrated form. Synthetic Calcium Silicate, due to its amorphous nature it is safer to use than natural crystalline forms. It also has an entirely different range of properties compared to natural forms, i.e. higher surface area, oil absorption and lower particle size and bulk density
We manufacture Hydrated Calcium Silicate. Hydrated Calcium Silicate is safer to use than natural crystalline forms because of its amorphous nature. It also has an entirely different range of properties compared to natural forms.
The calcium silicates have a number of uses in industry. Among the most important applications are their uses in building materials, such as some types of glass and cement (especially Portland cement), bricks and tiles for roofs, fireproof ceilings, and building boards.
The compound is also used as filler in the manufacture of paper and some types of plastics, where it gives body to the final product.
Industrial, Agricultural and Food Grades can be produced based on following properties:
(a) Water Absorption Capacity
(b) Oil Absorption Capacity
(c) Bulk Density
(d) Particle Size
(e) Surface Area