Magnesium carbonate is a small product in the chemical industry. Although the amount is small, it has a wide range of uses and its importance is self-evident. The following editor will explain the uses of magnesium carbonate in detail.
Because the relative density of magnesium carbonate is relatively small, it can be used as a high-quality filler and reinforcing agent to be added to rubber products. Magnesium carbonate also has the characteristics of a relatively low combustion point and a relatively relaxed texture. This feature can be well applied to fire-proof and thermal insulation materials, and has the function of heat insulation and high temperature resistance. And magnesium carbonate can also serve as an excellent insulating material in the shipbuilding and boiler industries.
In addition to the above industries, magnesium carbonate also plays a role in many industrial fields. For example, after calcination of magnesium carbonate, magnesium oxide can be generated, which can be further used in advanced glass products, magnesium salt chemicals, ceramics, cosmetics, toothpaste, pigments, paints, fireproof materials, printing inks and other industries. And with the continuous update of magnesium carbonate production technology, more magnesium carbonate effects will also be discovered, which will greatly reduce the use cost of magnesium carbonate and be more widely used in various industrial fields.