Natural Talc is a mineral found in the mountain ranges in small block forms also known as crystals, which is milled to mesh it into talcum powder

Talc comes in different colors ranging from white, grey or pale green soft mineral with a greasy feel, occurring as translucent masses or laminate and consisting of hydrated magnesium silicate

Talc is practically insoluble in water and weak acids

Talc is neither explosive nor flammable

Pure talc has no known allergenic, skin or eye irritating properties



Talc is widely used in many industries as a filler/extender and in other industrial applications due to its natural physical and chemical properties

Cosmetic Industry

Used in a number of applications including colored make-up, personal care, soaps, derma-pediatric preparations & talcum powder


Paint Industry

They are used as titanium dioxide extenders, reduce cracking and sagging, and enhance matting


Ceramic Industry

In ceramics talc is used mostly as cheap filler in ceramic tiles, sanitary ware, dinnerware, porcelain and electrical insulating


Food Industry

Talc is also used as an anti-stick coating agent in a number of popular foods including chewing gum, boiled sweets, cured meats, as a processing aid, it increases yield and improves the clarity of the oil


It also used in:

Animal Feed
Adhesive & Sealant
Electric Cables
Paper Making
Sewage Treatment




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