December, 2018

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What is the application of calcium carbonate in paints?

Calcium carbonate

Calcium carbonate is a non-toxic, odorless, non-irritating white powder and one of the most versatile inorganic fillers. Calcium carbonate is neutral, substantially insoluble in water and soluble in acid. According to different calcium carbonate production methods, calcium carbonate can be divided into heavy calcium carbonate and light carbon. Calcium acid, colloidal calcium carbonate and crystalline calcium carbonate. Calcium carbonate is a common substance on the earth. It is found in rocks such as vermiculite, calcite, chalk, limestone, marble, travertine, etc.Read More …

What are the hazards of powder coatings?

powder coating spray

Most powder coating resins are less toxic, and the curing agent is significantly more toxic than the resin. However, when formulated into a powder coating, the toxicity of the curing agent becomes very small or almost non-toxic. Animal experiments have shown that there is no death and injury symptoms after inhalation of the powder coating, but there are different degrees of irritation to the eyes and skin. Although general powder coatings have no obvious harm to the human body, theyRead More …