The most used in industry is Muscovite.

Sep. 30, 2020

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The characteristics of Muscovite Mica are insulation, high temperature resistance, luster, stable physical and chemical properties, and good thermal insulation, elasticity and toughness. After processing into mica powder, it has better sliding properties and strong adhesion. Due to the properties of mica and mica powder, they are mainly used for the following purposes: daily chemical raw materials, mica ceramic raw materials, paint additives, plastic and rubber additives, building materials, protective coatings for electrode coatings, and drilling mud fills additives, etc.

The most used in industry is muscovite, followed by phlogopite. It is widely used in the building materials industry, fire protection industry, fire extinguishing agent, welding rod, plastic, electrical insulation, papermaking, asphalt paper, rubber, pearlescent pigment and other chemical industries. Ultra-fine mica powder is used as a functional filler for plastics, coatings, paints, rubbers, etc., which can improve its mechanical strength, enhance toughness, adhesion, aging resistance and corrosion resistance. In addition to extremely high electrical insulation, resistance to acid and alkali corrosion, elasticity, toughness and sliding properties, heat and sound insulation, and low thermal expansion coefficient, it is also the first to introduce the smooth surface of the second sheet, large diameter-to-thickness ratio, regular morphology, and additional properties. Strong focus and other characteristics.

            Muscovite Mica

Muscovite Mica

In industry, it is mainly used for its insulation and heat resistance, as well as its resistance to acid, alkali, pressure and stripping, as an insulating material for electrical equipment and electrical equipment; secondly, it is used to manufacture steam boilers and smelting furnaces. Windows and mechanical parts.

Mica crushed and mica powder can be processed into mica paper, and can also replace mica flakes to produce various low-cost, uniform thickness insulating materials.