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  • US4378408A Silicate coated roofing granules Google

    Roofing granules coated with insolubilized reaction product of a coating composition comprising water, kaolin clay, sodium silicate, pigment, and gas forming compound such as hydrogen peroxide or sodium

  • Silicate coated roofing granules GAF Corporation

    A roofing granule according to claim 2 wherein sodium silicate is present in the coating composition in an amount between about 30 and about 40 wt% based on total coating composition on a dry basis and water is present in the coating composition in an amount between about 40 and about 60 wt% based on total coating composition.

  • US3479201A Color-coated roofing granules Google

    The binders that are commonly used, having been found suitable for securing and maintaining the desired aggressive bond with mineral roofing granules, are alkali silicate compositions. However, alkali silicates are intolerably soluble, and thus, the compositions must be processed so

  • granulated cork for thermal insulation Artimestieri

    ROOF AND UNDER ROOF INSULATION WITH CORK AGGLOMERATE AND SODIUM SILICATE. With granular cork the roof can be insulated by preparing formworks for containing the granular. You can also mix the granulate with sodium silicate: the mixture is more stable and resistant and with a greater protection effect from summer heat.

  • US Patent for Roofing granules with high solar reflectance

    7/15/2016· Similarly, U.S. Pat. No. 2,378,927 to Jewett discloses a coating composition for roofing granules consisting of sodium silicate, and clay or another aluminum-bearing compound such as sodium aluminate, or cryolite or other insoluble fluorides such as sodium silicofluoride, and a

  • Granules Johns Manville

    Ceramic-Coated Roofing Granules: Specifically engineered for optimal embedment in the bitumen. These granules are colored with durable pigments, bonded in a ceramic matrix and treated to promote excellent long-term adhesion. Colors: White

  • Silmaco Silmaco

    Silmaco is a family business with more than 30 years of experience in the production of high-quality and customized silicates. Our flexibility, focus on innovation and quality guarantees your company a carefree service and the most appropriate silicate for your application. 40 people. 100 000 T/y of Sodium Silicates.

  • Amazon: sodium silicate

    Sodium Silicate / 4 Fluid Ounce Bottle / 99.9% Pure Reagent Grade / 41% Solution/USA. 5.0 out of 5 stars 3. $10.99 $ 10. 99 ($2.75/Fl Oz) $6.68 shipping. Sodium Silicate 40% Solution 32oz. 4.9 out of 5 stars 23. $19.99 $ 19. 99. $7.49 shipping. Only 16 left in stock order soon. 1-gal. S2000 Concentrated Sodium Silicate Concrete Sealer and

  • PQ Sodium Silicates PQ Corporation Home

    PQ sodium silicate finds use in these applications because of its natural adhesive properties and its ability to provide a quick set and cost savings. Agglomeration. Mined, processed, and recovered materials are agglomerated into fine granules to eliminate dust and improve heat processing in drying, calcining, and firing operations. Eliminating

  • Applications of PQ Soluble Silicates PQ Corp

    Roofing Granules N, O, OW KASIL #1 N 38 G, GA, GD KASIL#1 O N N N, M, D N, O, K, D PQ Sodium and Potassium Silicate Products* Applications of PQ ® Soluble Silicates Sodium and potassium silicates have many useful properties that are not shared by other alkaline salts. These varied

  • Review of Residential Roofing Materials, Part I

    ments in a sodium silicate, hydrated kaolin clay, and water. The preheat-ed granules are mixed and tumbled with coating sufficient to cover the surface. The wet coated granules are then transferred to a rotary kiln where they are gradually heated to 250-550°C (500-1,000°F). This dehy-drates and polymerizes the coating, forming an insoluble pigmented

  • Granules Johns Manville

    Ceramic-Coated Roofing Granules: Specifically engineered for optimal embedment in the bitumen. These granules are colored with durable pigments, bonded in a ceramic matrix and treated to promote excellent long-term adhesion. Colors: White

  • Amazon: sodium silicate

    Sodium Silicate / 4 Fluid Ounce Bottle / 99.9% Pure Reagent Grade / 41% Solution/USA. 5.0 out of 5 stars 3. $10.99 $ 10. 99 ($2.75/Fl Oz) $6.68 shipping. Sodium Silicate 40% Solution 32oz. 4.9 out of 5 stars 23. $19.99 $ 19. 99. $7.49 shipping. Only 16 left in stock order soon. 1-gal. S2000 Concentrated Sodium Silicate Concrete Sealer and

  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS # 1606 COLOURED ROOFING

    MSDS # 1606 COLOURED ROOFING GRANULES IKO MADOC 4 of 6 AUGUST 2012 SECTION VI: TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES(Cont’d) Effects of chronic exposure: Prolonged inhalation of the silica content in the dust may lead to a lung disease known as silicosis. Symptoms include shortness of breath, persistent cough and sputum.

  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS # 1664 ALGAE RESISTANT

    MSDS # 1664 ALGAE RESISTANT COLOURED ROOFING GRANULES, DUST IKO MADOC 3 of 4 AUGUST 2015 Inhalation: Symptoms may include coughing, nausea, chills, diarrhea, sneezing and irritation of the throat and nose. See above for chronic inhalation result and potential for the development of silicosis. Carcinogenicity:

  • The effect of moisture content on sound absorption of

    3/1/2005· The coating of perlite granules with sodium silicate closes the open pores thus the water retaining property is reduced . However, this process causes the micro-size granules to stick to each other and produces new open pores. Thus the plate does not loose its sound absorption property.

  • A Review of Methods for the Manufacture of Residential

    Stone-coated metal roof products are typically placed on battens and counter-battens and nailed through the battens to the roof deck. The design provides venting on the underside of the metal roof that reduces the heat flow penetrating a home.

  • POTASSIUM SILICATES Sun Silicates (Pty) Ltd

    7/26/2016· Silica supports for catalysts can be prepared with potassium silicate or sodium silicate via formation of a gel with acid. Catalyst preparation typically requires prior analysis of many processing variables; the choice between potassium silicate and sodium silicate will depend on the nature of the catalyst desired, and on the comparison between the effects of the respective cations, K+ or Na+, on