Water Content of Dehydrated Mica

Jul. 12, 2019

Dehydrated mica is a mica produced by high-temperature roasting of natural mica, also known as calcined mica. As a Mica Factory, let's talk about the water content of dehydrated mica.

Natural mica of various colors can be dehydrated, and its physical and chemical properties are greatly changed. The most intuitive change is the change of color. For example, natural white mica will exhibit a color with yellow and red as the main color after calcination. Natural biotite will generally show a golden color after roasting.

Dry Ground Mica

Dry Ground Mica is widely used in many fields due to its water content being about 10 times lower than that of ordinary mica. The industry mainly uses its high electrical insulation and heat resistance, as well as a strong acid, alkali, pressure and stripping properties, and is used as an insulating material for electrical equipment and electrical equipment. Mainly used in electrical, national defense, building materials, fire protection, fire extinguishing agents, welding electrodes, plastics, electrical insulation, paper, asphalt paper, rubber, pearlescent pigments, and other fields.