Calcined Kaolin is an aluminosilicate material produced by heating natural kaolin to high temperatures in a kiln. This calcination process ensures consistent chemical and physical properties, making it ideal for refractory applications.
Calcined Kaolin uses
Its uses include the manufacture of mid alumina fired and monolithic refractory products. Calcined Kaolin is utilised in the manufacture of refractory products because of its high melting point, hardness, low water absorption and low body thermal expansion.
Calcined Kaolin properties
The typical chemical composition of Calcined Kaolin is shown below:
Chemical properties Calcined Kaolin 45
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Calcined Kaolin grades
LKAB Minerals Calcined Kaolin 45 is available in the following grades as standard:
Other grades are available on request. Please contact your representative for further information.
Calcined Kaolin packaging
Our refractory materials are available in 25kg paper sacks, 1000kg bulk bags or as bulk as standard.
Calcined Kaolin origins
LKAB Minerals' Calcined Kaolin originates from China.
Calcined Kaolin toxicology
Calcined Kaolin is inert and non-toxic. Click the link on the right to access the Material Safety Datasheet.