American Colloid Company Bentonite, Hectorite, and Magnesium Aluminum Silicate
Technical grades of Bentonite are used as general purpose suspending, emulsifying, and binding agents in industrial products. They are commonly used as rheological modifiers, in latex paints, tape joint compounds, asphalt emulsions, cement, as a binding agent in brick production, and in the production of pencil leads. They are also widely used for remedial waterproofing in the construction industry.
Technical grades of Hectorite are used as thickeners and rheological modifiers in water-based paints, cleaning compounds, oven cleaners, polishes, sealants, and other areas.
Technical grades of Magnesium Aluminum Silicate are used wherever a thixotropic material is desired to retard settling and stabilize an aqueous system. They are used in water based emulsion paints, inks, sealants, joint compounds, adhesives, and caulks.
|49||Volclay SPV 200|
|149||Volclay 325 Mesh|
|349||Asphalt Emulsion Grade 325|
|200||Asphalt Emulsion Grade - Powder|
|Bentonite||Asphalt Emulsion Grade - Granular|
|344||Volclay GPG 30|
|354||Polargel T (Technical)|
|660||Volclay HPM 20 (5 micron)|
|Panther Creek 200||Panther Creek 200|
|vol149cer||Volclay 325 Mesh|
|Magnesium Aluminum Silicate|
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