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Home > Press > REINSTE Launches Nano Calcium Carbonate (NPCC)

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Reinste Nano Ventures Private Limited (REINSTE) located at DELHI, INDIA announces supply of high grade of various kind of Nano Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (NPCC) to Paints, Rubber, Plastics, Sealant Industries in India. "With the availability of these kind of high end industrial grade Nano CaCO3 to various industries in India. Our dream is to see India as a leader in Nanotechnology by the year 2020", said Mr. Puneet Mehrotra, Director, REINSTE.

REINSTE Launches Nano Calcium Carbonate (NPCC)

Delhi, India | Posted on May 27th, 2011

NPCC is widely applied in the area of plastic, rubber, adhesives, sealants, paper, printing ink, coatings and paints, cosmetic and medicine etc.

NPCC is used in various applications of paints including Auto Paint, PVC Plastisol, underbody sealing materials for automobiles, constructional sealing compounds.

NPCC is used in various applications of sealant & adhesives including PVC Plastsisol,RTV Silicone Sealants, Polysulphide, Synthetic resin coating, PU Systems and epoxy, silicone electronic adhesive, silicone building sealants, Polysulphide sealant. Functional filler and extender in plastic compound.

NPCC is used in various applications of plastics COMPOUNDING as reinforcing functional filler in extruded weatherable Profiles, Conduits and Pipes. It typically can substitute upto 20% of existing reinforcing Additives such as CPE, MBS or SBS.

Application of NPCC in INK INDUSTRY includes SOLVENT INK, OFFSET INK OR LITHOGRAPHIC INKS. In highly filled litho inks, they can serve as the main rheological additive and cost Reducing filler. In lightly filled offset inks, they can extend other more expensive Thickeners, as well as replace oils and varnishes. It thickens, PVC PLASTISOL SILK SCREEN INKS. GRAVURE INKS need very low abrasion fillers. Small particle Sized NPCC is excellent here.

NPCC has various applications in the sidewall and cord ply compounds of bias tire (+5-8 phr NPCC);In the tread compound and inner liner of radial tire (+4 phr NPCC); In the butyl inner tube, Meanwhile (+15-20 phr NPCC);Cycle Tire. With adjusting the quantity of carbon black and softener properly. PVC cables and wires


REINSTE is a primary player in the upcoming field of Nanotechnology. REINSTE functions as a Nano materials supplier in India, and provides both Research & Industrial grade nano materials of all kind to academia, corporate houses and institutions within India. It also fulfills custom synthesis orders of Nano materials.

„Reinste Nano Ventures Pvt. Ltd‰ by bringing a huge portfolio of nanomaterials and related products to cater the needs of scientists, researchers, students and also for the industries using nanomaterials in their research and production purposes.

Reinste bring the finest and purest form of nano materials like
 Carbon nanotubes
 Nanodiamonds
 Nano wires
 Nano metals
 Oxide/ Non oxide Nano ceramics
 Fullerenes
 Quanum dots
 PEG Derivatives
 Tectomers
 Phosphonic Acid Derivatives

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About Reinste NanoVentures
Reinste Nano Ventures emphases the significance of purest Nanomaterials with uniform composition free from any adulterants for class research and production purposes. In Reinste Nano ventures we ardently believe that innovation and differentiation are the fundamental components of growth and enlightenment of any organization.

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Eishita Kholey
Manager Marketing
(Ph) 0120-4781217


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