Glass Bubble

Glass Bubble
Short Description

A specially developed hollow microsphere that can be used as an inorganic carrier material. It replaces traditional carrier materials such as silica, calcium carbonate, talcum powder and clay for demanding applications. These low density particles can be used in a variety of industries to reduce costs, improve end product properties and reduce mass.




• Used in path line paints to give desired strength and gloss around 5-25 percentages,
• In specially designed paints and ceramic glazes,
• In acrylic paints,
• Used in plastic industry and composite products as a support material to provide flame retardant properties and to increase the strenght of the product,
• In glass fiber industry,
• In emery industry as abrasive,
• In order to provide shining and toughness to epoxy coatings,
• In polyurethane and acrylic sheet production.

• SiO2 based

• Glass bubble




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