Halloysite is an industrial mineral that is part of the kaolinite group. Like kaolin, halloysite is essentially composed of alumina-silicates, however it has a hollow tubular crystal structure, which is markedly different from the booklet or platelet crystal structure of kaolin.

Imerys Ceramics operates a high value deposit in New Zealand, a key part of our offering for white ware production for example bone china, porcelain and aluminous hotelware.

 

Key properties Production sites
Key properties

Like all Imerys Ceramics minerals, our halloysite products are processed to provide a high level of consistency that customers can depend on. The key properties offered by halloysite include:

  • Brilliant whiteness
  • High translucency
  • Reduction of fired sag
  • Low iron and titania

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Production sites

Imerys Ceramics industrial facility is situated in New Zealand.
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