A barrier that irritates insects and disguises the host plant by coating it with a ghostly white film. Insects are apparently unable to recognize plants treated with kaolin. It is most commonly used against a wide variety of pests on apple and pear trees. Also, kaolin can be used to control Japanese beetles, tarnished plant bugs, thrips, leafhoppers, cucumber beetles, and Colorado potato beetles on vegetable crops. Kaolin must be applied as a preventative to be effective and cannot control a pest that is already established. It is non-toxic and can be applied up to the day of harvest. Kaolin is also used as an inert ingredient in many pesticide formulations.

It can also be used as an anti-caking agent in the production of fertilisers.

It can also be used as an anti-caking agent in the production of fertilisers.


Kaolin are used in adhesives as a functional filler for rheology and viscosity (Important Parameter) in its production and application The fine particle size distribution, platy particle shape and surface charge of Our Kaolin Actives s the functional properties in adhesives.

Selected Kaolin controls both low and high shear viscosities during production and porst production.

With low surface moisture content results in excellent performance in moisture sensitive sealant applications…

Its process increases whiteness and hardness, improves thermal properties and modify the size and shape of the kaolin particles It kaolin is a clay replacement in moisture-sensitive applications and provides dependable reinforcement in Many types of adhesive and sealant formulations…

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