Supplier of Kaolin Clay, China Clay, Mica Powder, Sericite and other minerals

MS ISO 9001
REG . NO . AR2749

Established in 1970 with a humble factory in Tapah to extract and process the generous deposits of high quality minerals found in the surrounding area.

Owing to visionary leadership and professional management, the company has grown to become a premier supplier of high quality minerals to both local and overseas market.

Total production is about 7000 tons a month with production capacity being systematically increased in line with strong market demand.

Our HQ that is based in Selangor has gained a solid reputation for high quality products and services in Malaysia and abroad.

What is Kaolin Clay?

Kaolin clay is a naturally occurring clay substance mostly found in soils that have developed from the chemical weathering of rocks in hot, moist climates, usually can be found in tropical rain forest. It is also called China Clay among other names. Kaolin Clay has been used in a wide array of products for centuries. We strive to deliver high quality kaolin clay made to consistent quality specifications. We offer high quality and pure Kaolin clay at very affordable prices.

Kaolin: What is it used for?

Kaolin is part of the world natural resources, and its uses varied and diverse. Because of its fine and white particle structure, Kaolin is widely used in coating, cosmetic, porcelain and tableware raw material. Kaolin also holds importance as a raw material in making paper, paint, plaster and plastic products. Kaolin is a unique industrial mineral that remains chemically inert over a wide pH range and offers excellent coverage when used as a pigment in coated films. New uses are being discovered frequently, and ensure that the mineral will remain in demand for a long time.

The Origin of Kaolin

Kaolin was originated from China where the clay was first discovered and used. In the 7th and 8th centuries, the Chinese were the first to use kaolin to make porcelain. It was not until centuries later that other countries of the world began to make use of kaolin. The name "kaolin" derives from the Chinese which mean "high ridge".