Talc is a common silicate mineral with a Mohs hardness of 1 and is known to be a softer mineral. Talc is usually massive, leaf-like, fibrous or radial, and its color is white and gray-white.
Production Fineness: 200-325mesh
Talc is very soft and has a slippery feel, so it has many uses.
Production Fineness: ＞325mesh
Talc has a slippery feeling and does not collapse in water. It is odorless, odorless, adiabatic and insulating.