Talc For Paper
Talc is profoundly used in the pulp, paper and board industry, as a pitch control agent, a runnability aid, a coating pigment and a functional filler.
It is used as a filler to give smoothness, porosity and opacity to paper in addition to reducing the cost.
Why Jai Talc?
|Hydrophobic: During the papermaking process, the micro impurities can clog the paper machinery. Being hydrophobic, talc absorbs these micro droplets, thus controlling their stickiness and avoiding clogging.|
|Improved Quality: Better printed surface by overcoming ink scuff encountered with coated papers containing high levels of calcium carbonate.|
|Runnability: Being pure and soft, our talc reduces paper surface friction, thereby alleviating core burst and crepe wrinkle problems and improving runnability in the rotogravure printing process.|
|Printability: The coating grades maximise ink transfer and reduce missing dots in gravure printing, resulting in improved image quality.|
|Print mottle reduction: JT 300 & JAIKAR reduce the ink adsorption, which decreases print mottling and improves print opacity.|
|Barrier Effect: Being pure, platy & hydrophobic , our talc improves barrier coatings' sealing effect by reducing water vapour transmission.|
|Environmental Benefits: By pitch reduction, JT 300 & JAIKAR helps to reduce the amount of process chemicals required, lowers the specific energy demand and facilitates recycled paper production.|