Lithium Magnesium Sodium Salt

    Lithium Magnesium Sodium Salt


    CAS No. 53320-86-8 EC No.: 258-476-2

    REACH Registration No.: 01-2119489772-23-0001

    Type of Registration: Full Registration


    A kind of Water-based Rheology Additive, High transparency, High Thixotropy.

    Colloid–often a macro-molecule, typically having dimensions < 500 nm.

    Two groups of products are available:

    Gel forming grades-- disperse readily in water, under agitation, to form clear, colourless dispersions. The viscosity of such dispersions depends upon the solids content and the electrolyte content of the water used. At 2 % in tap water highly thixotropic gels are formed; at the same concentration in deionised water, low viscosity sols will be produced.Both forms of dispersion are suitable to use in, or add to formulations at this point. HATORITE develops viscosity by interaction with the soluble components in a formulation.


    Sol forming grades-- also disperse readily in water, under agitation, but these grades contain dispersing agents which delay the formation of a thixotropic gel structure. At concentrations of up to 30 % solids, low viscosity liquid sols can be produced.


     Properties and Benefits



    Synthetic  layered silicate

    High purity

    Colourless dispersion

    Excellent consistency

    Free from abrasives

    Colloidal sized primary crystal

    Produces clear gels or sols in water to give ultra-clear products

    Disperses rapidly

    Inorganic material

    Cannot support microbial growth

    Not affected by high temperature




    Free from crystalline silica




    Typical Applications

    For aqueous formulations, it develops a sensitive colloidal structure which thinning viscosity after shearing, includes home care, industrial surface coating, Automotive coating, cleaning, agricultural chemicals and oil fields.


    In Surface Coatings

    Water-in-water multi-color paint

    Automotive OEM & refinish

    Decorative & architectural finishes

    Textured coatings

    Clear coats & varnishes


    Industrial & protective coatings

    Rust conversion coatings

    Printing inks

    Wood varnishes

    Pigment suspensions

     Laboratory scale mixing procedure

    Recommended laboratory mixing equipment is a mechanical stirrer fitted with a propeller blade revolving at 200 to 500rpm or a saw tooth blade revolving at 800 to 1200rpm. Add the free flowing Hatorite ® powder to de-ionised or tap water (at 15–25℃) in a steady stream with rapid agitation. Mixer speed should be high enough to produce a vortex that will cause the stream of Hatorite ® powder to wet out into the water without the formation of clumps. For a typical lab scale batch, it is recommended that all of the Hatorite ® material to be used in a formulation should be added gradually into the water over a period of between 10 to 30 seconds. This will reduce the time required for dispersion. Mixing should be continued for up to 30 minutes.



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