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Date Posted:9th Feb 2018
Item Title:Talc/Steatite/Soapstone (Hydrated Magnesium Silica
Item Posting No.:00005887
Item sale price:USD $150 to $800 / Metric Ton
Town/City:Jodhpur Rajasthan
Area:Dechu
Country:India
Item Description:Talc is the softest mineral on earthrnWhether you call it talc or soapstone or steatite, you’ve likely found its silky white softness to be a although talcum powder and soapstone are two of the more visible uses of talc,Industrial and personal use. Its hidden uses are far more common. Talc's unique properties make it an important ingredient for making ceramics, paint, paper, roofing materials, plastics, rubber, insecticides, and many other products and essential.rnTalc is an “inert” ingredient, meaning it does not generate a chemical reaction when ingested or used on the skin. People have taken advantage of its natural smoothness, safety and absorbent properties since ancient Egyptian times.rnrnTalc comes from rock deposits found all over the planet and is mined like many other valuable minerals, but only the highest-grade talc, meeting our purity specifications, is used for your supply.rnrnAs per the requirements of the customers, we are involved in offering the best quality of Talc Powder. This Talc Powder is known for its quality and reasonable rates.rnrnrnThe talc powder is widely used in different industrial fields,such as plastic, cosmetic, rubber, paper making, coating, fmcg, food, pharmaceutical etc.rnrnOur plant sell talcum products.We use advanced equipments. We manufacturer and leading supplier of talc powder without dust and asbestos.rnrnOur mines has produced various kinds of talc product with high whiteness and purity, fine and smooth. our products of talc are widely used in many fields of the world.rnrnOur company\'s talc lump has a reputation of high whiteness and high purity. we are mining from our own mines which located in Rajasthan of India.we manufacture commonly 325-1200 Mesh talc powder.And as per custmer requirment.
Item Condition:While it’s one of the most commonly used ingredients in cosmetic products today,the use of talc in cosmetics stretches as far back employed for carvings, ornaments, and utensils; Assyrian cylinder seals, Egyptian scarabs, and Chinese statuary are notable examples. Soap-stones are resistant to most reagents and to moderate heat ; thus, they are especially suitable for sinks and countertops.
Contact Name:Farouk Khilji
Contact's Email:Click here to email contact
Contact's Address/Telephone/Fax:Opp. Govt. Secondary School Jodhpur Jaisalmer Highway N.H.125 VPO. Dechu Pin-342314, Rajasthan

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