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Zinc Oxide

Zinc oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula ZnO. It usually appears as a white powder, nearly insoluble in water. We deal in Zinc Oxide with a purity of above 99.5 % and is most suitable to industries like

Rubber Manufacture: Zinc oxide activates vulcanization, which otherwise may not occur at all. Zinc oxide is the key ingredients in the commercial manufacture of rubber goods. ZnO is also an important additive to the rubber of car tires. Vulcanization catalysts are derived from zinc oxide, and it considerably improves the thermal conductivity, which is crucial to dissipate the heat produced by the deformation when the tire rolls

Concrete industry: Zinc oxide is widely used for concrete manufacturing. Addition of ZnO improves the processing time and the resistance of concrete against water.

Pharma & Cosmetics: It is used by athletes as a bandage to prevent soft tissue damage during workouts. When used as an ingredient in sunscreen, zinc oxide sits on the skin’s surface i.e. is not absorbed into the skin, and blocks both UVA (320-400 nm) and UVB (280-320 nm) rays of ultraviolet light. Because zinc oxide is not absorbed into the skin, they are nonirritating and nonallergenic.

Filters: Zinc oxide is a constituent of filters for removal of selected components from smoke. A filter consisting of charcoal impregnated with zinc oxide and iron oxide removes significant amounts of HCN and H2S from smoke without affecting its flavor.

Pigment: Zinc white is used as a pigment in paints and is more opaque than lithopone, but less opaque than titanium dioxide. It is also used in coatings for paper.

Coatings Paints: Coating Paints containing zinc oxide powder have long been utilized as anticorrosive coatings for various metals. They are especially effective for galvanised Iron. The latter is difficult to protect because its reactivity with organic coatings leads to brittleness and lack of adhesion. Zinc oxide paints however, retain their flexibility and adherence on such surfaces for many years.

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