Kaolin from BASF
Kaolin is a naturally occurring mineral found in central Georgia, USA and serves many purposes.

Kaolin is derived from the mineral Kaolinite which comes from the Earth's crust. It is an aluminum silicate represented as Al2O3-2SiO2-2H2O. Kaolin products can be used in a wide variety of applications like architectural and industrial paint & coatings, construction, rubbers, plastics, packaging and papers.

4BASF has high quality secondary kaolin reserves in Middle Georgia, USA that contain high proportions of kaolin and have inherent qualities important for our end applications.

BASF Product categories :

● Hydrous Kaolin :

ASP® G90, ASP® G92, ASP® 072, ASP® 101, ASP® 200, Buca,
ASP® 102, ASP® 170, ASP® 172, ASP® 600, ASP® 602, ASP®802,
ASP® 400P, ASP® 900, ASP® NC, ASP® NC X-1

● Calcined Kaolin :

Ultrex® 96, Mattex® , Mettex® MX, Mettex® PRO, MetaMax®, Satintone® 5HB, Satintone® SP-33, Satintone® W

● Calcined Surface Modify Kaolin :

Translink® 37, Translink® 77, Translink® 445, Translink® 555

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