White Bentonite

White Bentonite Imports, Exports & Tradings

Your Trusted Partner for High-Quality White Bentonite

Your trusted partner for White Bentonite solutions in India

White Bentonite

Manufacturers, suppliers and distributor, we are engaged in providing an excellent range of White Bentonite to our esteemed clients. Offered product is an impure clay which consists of montmorillonite, an absorbent aluminum phyllosilicate. Offered product is formulated by our professionals with premier-grade ingredients sourced from the leading vendors.

Properties of White Bentonite

1 SiO2 73.12%
2 Al2O3 12.67%
3 TiO2 0.18%
4 Fe2O3 0.89%
5 CaO 1.00%
6 MgO 5.92%
7 Na2O 0.00%
8 K2O 0.26%
9 SO3 0.005
10 L.O.I 6.51

COLOR ANALYSIS(Spectrophotometer, 3nh 810; D65 10°*)

Firing Degree (0C) L A B
1200 85.65 1.04 10.83

Properties of White Bentonite

Firing Degree (0C) Shrinkage% Water Absorption % Moisture %
1200 9.84 8.75 13.00

We specialize in the import, exports and trading of premium-quality White Bentonite

Hind Exports is a specialize in the import, exports and trading of premium-quality White Bentonite, White Bentonite, with its unique properties, is a versatile mineral that finds applications across multiple industries. The stability, resistance to high temperatures, and other characteristics make it an invaluable material.

Hind Exports offers super white bentonite (Natural lumps, granular or in powder) for the ceramic industry where it is used as a plasticizer in ceramic bodies and as a suspending agent in glazes. The small amount of our super white bentonite will make the dry glaze more durable. If there are trouble with glazes chipping or flaking when being handled, consider adding it, with no doubt on its benefits. Our bentonite comes in white entirely after burning process, even more whiteness and brightness it gives, in comparison with its natural color and its natural brightness. Bentonite is not a very strong colorant but helps the glaze components stay in suspension in the mix. Bentonite is an aid to good glaze suspension, and in our experience, it also keeps the glazes from powdering so much that they come off when the glazed ware is handled. Without bentonite, glazes that are low in clay or high in frit tend to settle to the bottom of their container. Without white bentonite, such glazes will need to be stirred often to stay mixed, and it happens somehow often. You may be able to skip the bentonite, or at least use less, but one session of scraping a badly settled glaze from the bottom of a bucket can make a little bentonite seem like a great idea! Adding bentonite to a clay body in small amounts will add strength to dry clay, as it binds clay together strongly. Additionally, bentonite increases the plasticity of a clay-body, and this addition can also increase the shrinkage of a clay-body. Bentonite also decreases the drying rate and these are known as its best features. Ceramic Grade Bentonite is extracted from our mine, having a very white color, high brightness and very low iron content that provides a big advantage for color sensitive ceramic and tile products. It can be used in fine ceramics (Wall tiles, Floor tiles & Vitrified Tiles) and enamels improves molding properties, plasticizing and stabilizing properties of the products. ANALYSIS: Water of Plasticity: Min 67% Moisture: Max 10% Swelling: Min 14% ml2gr L value (brightness): Min 75.2 A value: 0.5 - 2 B value: 8-11.5 Dry MOR: 26.33 Fired MOR: 274.5 (at temp 1210 °c) Fired Shrinkage: 14.40 (at temp 1210 °c)

Used in Various Applications

  1. Cosmetics:

    • Used in the formulation of cosmetics and skincare products such as facial masks, creams, and lotions due to its absorbent and soothing properties.
  2. Pharmaceuticals:

    • Included in pharmaceutical formulations as an excipient or binder in tablet production and for its potential medicinal properties.
  3. Personal Care Products:

    • Found in various personal care items such as deodorants, shampoos, and bath products for its thickening and stabilizing effects.
  4. Health and Wellness:

    • Used in health and wellness applications, including detoxifying and cleansing products, owing to its absorptive capabilities.
  5. Drilling Fluids:

    • Applied in the oil and gas industry as a component of drilling fluids to enhance viscosity and control fluid loss during drilling operations.
  6. Geosynthetic Clay Liners (GCLs):

    • Incorporated into GCLs for environmental engineering purposes, providing a barrier against seepage in landfills, ponds, and other containment structures.
  7. Construction:

    • Utilized in construction as a sealant and waterproofing agent in geotechnical applications and foundation engineering.
  8. Animal Feed Additive:

    • Added to animal feed to improve the pelletizing process and provide binding properties.
  9. Wine and Beverage Clarification:

    • Used in the clarification and fining of wines and beverages to remove impurities and sediment.
  10. Catalyst Support:

    • Applied as a catalyst support in certain chemical reactions due to its high surface area and porosity.
  11. Foundry Industry:

    • Used as a bonding material in the foundry industry for molding sand, enhancing the casting process.
  12. Paper Industry:

    • Added to paper production as a filler or coating material to improve sheet formation and printability.
  13. Ceramics and Pottery:

    • Employed in ceramics and pottery as a plasticizer, helping improve workability and shaping of the clay.
  14. Environmental Remediation:

    • Utilized in environmental remediation projects for its ability to adsorb and remove contaminants from soil and water.
  15. Fertilizers:

    • Included in fertilizers to improve the structure and water retention capacity of the soil.
  16. Adhesives:

    • Used as a thickening agent in certain adhesive formulations.
  17. Paints and Coatings:

    • Added to paints and coatings for its rheological properties and suspension capabilities.
  18. Fire Retardants:

    • Incorporated into fire retardant formulations for its ability to create a protective barrier.
  19. Emulsion Stabilizer:

    • Acts as an emulsion stabilizer in various industrial processes.
  20. Grease and Lubricants:

    • Used in the production of grease and lubricants for its thickening and suspending properties.

Global Reach for White Bentonite Imports, exports & Trading

Hind Exports is your trusted partner for White Bentonite imports, exports across the globe. We specialize in supplying high-quality White Bentonite to a diverse range of countries in the Gulf Region, Africa, Europe, and Latin America. With a strong commitment to quality, reliability, and customer satisfaction, we have established ourselves as a leading player in the international mineral trade.

At Hind Exports, we take great pride in our global reach, top-notch quality, and dedication to customer satisfaction. Our White Bentonite imports play a pivotal role in fueling economic growth, industrial development, and fostering international trade relationships in these regions. We are dedicated to being your reliable partner in the global White Bentonite trade.

Don't hesitate to contact us today to discuss your White Bentonite imports requirements. We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to serve you and contribute to your success in the international market. If you have any query related White Bentonite requirements, please feel free to contact Mr. Vishal Jain vishal@hindexports.com or callus on + 91-9820426602