Working closely with both our customers and suppliers, we know there are some common questions that get asked on a regular basis. Whilst we are always keen to discuss your individual requirements, we have tried to answer some of these questions on this site.

If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, feel free to ask the question below or call us to discuss it in more detail.

Can 3M Glass Bubbles survive high pressure applications?

Do any AEROSIL fumed silica grades have NSF H1 approval for food safe lubricants?

Do TIB produce any tin catalysts that source raw material from conflict zones? i.e. do their catalysts make use of conflict minerals?

Does fumed silica contain any crystalline silica? Is it safe to use?

How do I eliminate syneresis and settling in my paint formulation ?

How do I reduce the impact of high TiO2 prices in my gloss paint and ink formulation ?

How should I incorporate 3M Glass Bubbles to avoid breakages?

Is there any difference between the K and S grades of hollow glass bubbles from 3M?

What are the advantages of replacing a conventional melamine superplasticizer with Viscocrete polycarboxylate PCE in powder form ?

What are the best products to improve the slip resistance (T-rating) of cementitious tile adhesives ?

What are the cost factors in choosing KC-Trockenperlen products over F200 Activated Alumina?

What is the best product to reduce shrinkage in a cement based construction product ?

Which grades from Laurel Products are suitable for inclusion into NSF H1 lubricants?

Why choose KC-Trockenperlen Orange Chameleon over other indicator options?

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