Clay

Clay is a material that is abundant in nature. But pure clay is very difficult to find. There are mostly limestone, silica, mica and iron oxide minerals in clay. There are 4 main groups of clays: illite, kaolinite, montmorillonite and other clays. Generally, a material with a grain size of less than 0.002 mm is called clay. Clay is yellowish, reddish, and brown. This property is given by the flammable substances in its composition. Clay has water absorption feature due to its structure. Therefore, clay is always moist. The substances that make up the clay are aqueous aluminum silicates.
Clay is yellowish, reddish, and brown. This feature gives the flammable substances in its composition. Clay has the ability to absorb water due to its structure, and its plasticity, cohesion, color, and shrinkage properties.

 

USAGE AREAS: Cement, brick, tile, structural tile, floor tile, tile, sewer pipe, drainage pipes, sewage pipe, plumbing, filling, drilling, coatings (asphalt, etc.), pottery, tiles, glass, porcelain. As a catalyst in the electro porcelain, refractory industry, casting industry, plastic, paper, agriculture, petroleum and oil industry, as a substitute for asbestos in the paint, medicine and chemical industry, cosmetics, brake linings, polyester, textile, rubber industry, paint, decoloring agent, Used in coated arc - welding electrodes.