Calcite Powder

Calcite Powder

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Calcite has a pivotal role in the modern industrial economy due to its versatility and availability. It is also called as limestone powder. We cater various industries according to its whiteness and CaCo3 purity.


  • Paint, ink and powder coating
  • Plastic
  • Pvc pipes
  • Rubber
  • Master batches
  • Ceramics
  • Glass

All grades are available from 300 Mesh to 2 Microns upto 99% Whiteness & Purity

Calcite for paint industry

For paint and coating industry we have specially developed different grades which contributes in increasing opacity to the paint. Moreover it improves weather resistance, Anticorrosion and rheological properties with low Abrasiveness in the architectural /decorative coatings. We also offer high brightness calcite powder for ceiling paints where high dry hiding is important.

Using calcite in paint has many benefits

  • High opacity
  • High whiteness
  • High dispersion
  • Greater covering
  • Cost effective.
Suggested Grades: CALCITE K-4 : K-5 : 1015-K : 1020 : S-2 : 1010-W : KC-2V 

Calcite for polymer industry 

Calcite is used as filler in the production of all major synthetic polymers that make plastic namely polypropylene, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride, polystyrene, ethylene vinyl acetate. These polymers have various applications like in bags, pipes, automotive parts, furniture, containers etc. High whiteness and high purity of calcium carbonate is a must for this industry So, Keeping in mind all the application we offer calcite powder which is very much compatible with the material. 

Coated calcite is also available for reducing moisture and easy processing in plastic industry

Using calcite in plastic has many benefits

  •   High whiteness
  •   High dispersibilty
  •   Low oil absorption
  •   Excellent dimensional stability
  •   High impact strenght.
Suggested Grades: CALCITE K-5 : WW : 1020 : S-2 : 1010-W : KC-2V : 15-C : KP02T

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