We have range of MMT nanoclay both modified and unmodified
CLOISITE-11; CLOISITE-10; CLOISITE-15; CLOISITE-20; CLOISITE-116; CLOISITE Ca+++; CLOISITE-Na+
The essential nanoclay raw material is montmorillonite, a 2-to-1 layered smectite clay mineral with a platey structure. Individual platelet thicknesses are just one nanometer, but surface dimensions are generally 300 to more than 600 nanometers, resulting in an unusually high aspect ratio. Naturally occurring montmorillonite is hydrophilic. Since polymers are generally organophilic, unmodified nanoclay disperses in polymers with great difficulty. Through clay surface modification, montmorillonite can be made organophilic and, therefore, compatible with conventional organic polymers. Surface compatibilize is also known as “intercalation”. Compatibilized nanoclays disperse readily in polymers.
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- montmorillonite clay: the most common member of the smectite clay family. Montmorillonite is generally referred to as “nanoclay”. It is also the most common material used in plastic nanocomposites.
- surface modified montmorillonite clays, or masterbatches