Kaolin Supplier - Chemtradeasia

Tradeasia International, one of the emerging butter replacer suppliers in Asia, delivers top-quality butter replacer products globally. This website provides informations about what is butter replacer, its manufacturing process and uses. Get the butter replacer based on your business needs or distribute the product by partner up with us by submitting the form available below.

Tradeasia International Pte. Ltd. always had a strong bond with industrial basic chemicals and its trading. We have a strong network within the Asia Pacific, European Union, and the Middle East. Our customers are provided with not only quality products such as vegetable shortening but also extended supply management services. We also provide other qualified products of chemicals and raw materials.


Kaolin - Overview

Kaolin is a type of clay found in nature. It can also be made in a laboratory. People use it to make medicine. Kaolin is used for mild-to-moderate diarrhea, severe diarrhea (dysentery), and cholera. In combination products, kaolin is used to treat diarrhea and to relieve soreness and swelling inside the mouth caused by radiation treatments. Some of these combination products are used for treating ulcers and swelling (inflammation) in the large intestine (chronic ulcerative colitis).

Some people apply kaolin directly to the skin in a wet dressing (poultice) or as a dusting powder. It is used to dry or soften the skin. Kaolin is also used in laboratory tests that help to diagnose disease.

Product Application

Kaolins are used in a multiplicity of industries because of unique physical and chemical properties. Shape, particle size, color, softness, and non-abrasiveness are physical properties that are especially important. Chemical properties, such as comparatively low base exchange capacity, as well as other chemical properties of the kaolin surface, and relative insolubility, are governing in many uses. In 1960, well over 2,000,000 tons of kaolin was used in the United States, more than one-half of which was consumed by the paper industry. 


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