Products & Applications

Magris Talc is committed to maintaining a high quality management system in all areas of production towards producing safe, effective and quality products.

Talc’s unique properties make it an important ingredient for many products.

Putties and Body Fillers

Magris talcs – excellent fillers for polyester putties and automotive body fillers

In agriculture, talc-based solutions can provide excellent natural alternatives to chemicals for protecting fruit from the sun’s rays and disease.

Talcs also make effective flow and anti-caking agents for fertilizers. They are ideal solutions for organic farming

Used in ceramic floor tiles and sanitaryware, talc improves the vitrification process, allowing producers to reduce firing temperatures and shorten firing cycles.

Talc is an excellent process aid for bitumen roofing products and excellent multi-functional fillers for self-leveling and self-smoothing floor mortars.

Talc is an ideal pigment, filler and extender in house and industrial paints and primers, where it improves mechanical and optical properties and production processes.

It brings a range of benefits to color concentrates, inks, enamels, varnishes, putties, body fillers, mortars and asphalts.

Talc is used in the pulp, paper and board industry as a filler and to control pitch and stickies which clog machines impacting runnability.

Talc is an effective coating agent in rotogravure and offset papers where it improves runnability and the quality of the finished paper.

In certain specialty papers such as colored papers and labels, talc improves quality and productivity.

Talc is an excellent reinforcing filler in polypropylene and engineering thermoplastics for automotive parts, domestic appliances and E&E components.

It is used for antiblocking in polyethylene; restores mechanical properties to recycled plastics; and is an ideal nucleating agent in biopolymers and semi-crystalline polymers.

Talc is added to wood-plastic composites – increasingly used as a sustainable substitute for lumber in outdoor decking – to improve structural integrity.

Talc is an excellent reinforcing filler in polypropylene and engineering thermoplastics for automotive parts, domestic appliances and E&E components.

It is used for antiblocking in polyethylene; restores mechanical properties to recycled plastics; and is an ideal nucleating agent in biopolymers and semi-crystalline polymers.

Talc is added to wood-plastic composites – increasingly used as a sustainable substitute for lumber in outdoor decking – to improve structural integrity.