High-end filler

as a quality improver


The sophisticated filler

Talc has been used for so many different application for a very long time. In daily life, like cosmetics, body care, food, medicine and many more.

The industry is demanding increasingly high demands on the already high quality mineral through its special properties. Due to its lamellar structure, high opacity and high degree of whiteness, talcum is an ideal filler for paints, ceramics and plastics.

In particular, high quality standards are required for the plastics industry for the automotive sector and for the compounding world in general.

For talc, this means high levels of fineness and high delamination, which in turn means high strength.

In order to optimally transport the micronized mineral and to promote it in premixes for masterbatches, compacting the fine powder is almost essential.

  • High energy efficiency
  • High laminarity
  • Highest finenesses d50 < 0.5 µm
  • High degree of whiteness

Micronizing and delamination

Dry jet milling 

For standard applications, jet mills for fineness of 2-5 μm (mean particle diameter) are used worldwide.
Our TDG fluidized bed Jet mill with integrated TTD classifier wheel what is supported in bearings on both sides has the advantage of achieving finenesses down to 0,5 µm and at the same time preserving the laminar particle structure.

High-pressure operation with high temperatures results in the best possible throughput and thus optimum energy consumption. Depending on the origin and properties of the pre-ground raw material, it is possible, for example, to produce finenesses of 0.7 μm on the 500/800 TDG at a throughput of up to 0.5 t / h.

In addition of water or silane by spraying into the grinding container is required already a normal mode of operation.

Wet grinding with media mills

For the plastics industry, especially for the automotive sector are reinforced compounds required. Talcum filler must therefore have a very high laminarity.

Compared to dry jet milling this requirement can be met on wet mills. These mills are successfully in use. The advantage of our ANR-CL is the drive, consisting of four individual frequency-controlled motors, which can be operated separately if a motor fails.

The vertical Alpine wet mill ANR-CL produces high laminarity and high fineness at a low peripheral speed and therefore has an energetically significant advantage.

Depending on the grain distribution of the feed material - the finer the more advantageous - energy values of 60 Kwh / t at a d50 of 2 μm* are confirmed.

*Note: the stated finenesses in μm refer to measurements on the Sedigraph.

Dry agglomeration

A whole range of problems can arise when processing fine particles. Due to their low bulk density, these particles have poor flowing properties, and separation during handling is also difficult. In addition, there is a risk of dust explosion. One way to prevent these problems is to compact them. This results in the following advantages:

  • Continuous process
  • Low energy consumption
  • lower moisture load of hydrolysis-sensitive particles

The compaction process can be integrated into (existing) process chains.

Dry granulation: from powder to granules

Agglomeration of powder particles by use of pressure:

  • Compaction of a powder by two rollers rotating in the opposite direction.
  • Agglomeration occurs through the formation of interparticle bonds under mechanical pressure.


The compacting process for talc

Brochure Dry Ultrafine Grinding of Minerals

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