Wollastonite potentialin carbon emissions reduction technology

By IM Staff
Published: Monday, 08 July 2019

Wollastonite has been described as “a white mineral for a greener world” and it seems governments, businesses and industries agree – with wollastonite set for increased market growth in its traditional uses plus a new focus on its powerful qualities to help tackle climate change. Sarah Gibbons, Keith Nuthall, Raghavendra Verma and John Pagni

Most, if not all, of the wollastonite market is comprised of ground wollastonite in the form of powders that are added to ceramics (frits, sanitaryware, and tile), friction products (primarily brake linings), metallurgical applications (flux and conditioner), paint (architectural and industrial paints), plastics and rubber markets (thermoplastic and thermoset resins...

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