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Micromica Fractionated

Impexinvest LLC produces the ground and micronized fillers on the base of the mica-muscovite with light gray color (grade "80") and while color (grade "90"), which are used for varnish-and-paint and constructive materials production, plastics, glues, sealers, mastics, rubber, etc.

FRAMICA® is produced saving the natural tabular form of particles. It is gractionated to provide the specific properties of the materials, defined by granulometric composition of the components. They are especially recommended for using in the compositions and strained structures, assigned for continous exploitation in the moistured and agressive environments.

Fractionated micromica FRAMICA® 20-80

FRAMICA® (due to the tabular form of particles with high characteristic proportion) shows:

  • the well expressed strengthening effect - adds to filled materials and coatings the durability to deformations and alternating loadings, especially after the additional treatment by the functional sizes;
  • the barrier effect against the active corrosion, it prevents the gas exchange and blocks the ultra-violet radiation,

and also provides the increased thermo-, light-, moisture- and weather-resistance, the low abrasivity, the excellent insulating, dielectric and antifriction properties, the high chemical and mechanical durability, elasticity, hardness, low inflammability.

The special grades of FRAMICA® is also produced to fit applications which require the special purity of the fillers (including microbiological, chemical, pH-purity, etc.).

Our location:
Impexinvest LLC
Moscowskiy prospect, 257
Kharkov, 61044, Ukraine
Phone/fax: +38 (057) 758-59-56
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