Let us imagine if the world becomes lighter. The lightest Microspheres glass can help reduce the weight of airplanes and cars, and reduce energy consumption during the journey. TRUNNANO Microspheres glass contributes to this every day. Our high strength/weight ratio Microspheres glass is used for lightweight materials such as plastics and composite materials. Across various industrial applications, our Microspheres glass are also used as filler materials to enhance product performance and help reduce overall costs.
What are the characteristics of the Microspheres glass?
---The color is good. The pure white appearance is the same as calcium carbonate, which can be widely dispersed in any product that has requirements for appearance and color.
---Light specific gravity and large volume. After filling, the weight of the product is greatly reduced, and the amount of the main raw material resin is reduced. It reduce the cost.
---The filling process is simple. The products of Microspheres glass have the same effect as the products made by foaming with foaming agent; Various physical and mechanical properties are better, and there are no special requirements for molds.
---Good fluidity, excellent product size stability. Because Microspheres glass are tiny spheres, they act like miniature ball bearings in liquid, and have better fluidity than flake, needle or irregularly shaped fillers. Since the spherical object is isotropic, the filled microspheres will not cause the inconsistency of the shrinkage rate of different parts.
---Heat insulation, sound insulation,electricity insulation, low water absorption rate. The inside of the Microspheres glass is a vacuum thin gas. The two different materials have different density and thermal conductivity. Therefore, it has the characteristics of sound insulation, heat insulation, and low heat conductivity. It is an excellent filler for various heat insulation and sound insulation products.
---It can improve the physical and mechanical properties of plastic products. Microspheres glass filled with plastic can greatly increase the hardness and elastic modulus of the material
---Low oil absorption. Compared with the conventional filler material calcium carbonate, the oil absorption rate/amount of Microspheres glass is much lower. The oil absorption rate per 100g of different types of products is between 7-40 mg. The oil absorption rate per 100g light calcium carbonate The rate is as high as 120-130 mg. Heavy calcium carbonate is also as high as 50-60 mg. The filling material with low oil absorption not only reduces the amount of plasticizer in the production process, but also increases the filling amount in a disguised form to reduce the overall cost.
TRUNNANO provides high quality Microspheres glass with reasonable price. “In order to feedback to old customers, the company is still in full operations to provide Microspheres glass with competitive price.” said Olina, sales manager of TRUNNANO.
TRUNNANO (aka. Luoyang Tongrun Nano Technology Co. Ltd.) is a trusted global chemical material supplier & manufacturer with over 12 years experience in providing super high-quality chemicals and Nano materials. As a leading nanotechnology development and Microspheres glass manufacturer, Luoyang Tongrun dominates the market. Our professional work team provides perfect solutions to help improve the efficiency of various industries, create value, and easily cope with various challenges. If you are looking for Microspheres glass, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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