Q-CEL® Hollow Inorganic Microspheres

Q-CEL® products reduce density, improve processing and flow, increase filler loading, reduce shrinkage, improves sandability and machining qualities, offers sound and thermal insulation while reducing cost per part by replacing expensive resin. Q-Cel Lightweight hollow spheres offer latitude in manufacturing low density products. These single cell hollow microspheres appear as a white free flowing powder. The spheres have a hydrophobic coating, except Q-Cel® 300, which is hydrophilic. The primary function of a filler is to reduce resin usage, but Q-Cel® can also reduce density. Additionally, Q-Cel® can enhance other properties as well.

A low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
  • Fewer defects: excellent mold flow, uniform dispersion
  • Reduced compound density and viscosity
  • Increased acoustic and thermal insulation
  • Reduced cost and better handling in flexible compounds
  • More uniform, closed-cell structure in syntactic compounds
  • Cost reduction from sandpaper and labor savings for putties.

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  • Q-CEL® 300 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.12 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 500 psi. It has an average particle size of 90 microns. Q-CEL® 300 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 300 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-Cel® 5019 is a hollow, engineered glass microsphere. This product has a tamped bulk density of 0.11 g/cc and an average particle size of 72 microns. Q-Cel® 5019 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications.
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  • Q-CEL® 5032S by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.20 g/cc and maximum working pressure of 1,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 63 microns. Q-Cel® 5032S is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 5032S is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL®6014 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.08 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 250 psi. It has an average particle size of 85 microns. Q-Cel® 6014 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6014 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6019 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.11 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 500 psi. It has an average particle size of 75 microns. Q-CEL® 6019 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6019 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6019S by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.11 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 500 psi. It has an average particle size of 70 microns. Q-CEL® 6019S is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6019S is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6028 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.16 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 750 psi. It has an average particle size of 70 microns. Q-Cel® 6028 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6028 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6036 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.21 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 1,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 60 microns. Q-CEL® 6036 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6036 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6042S by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.26 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 2,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 50 microns. Q-CEL® 6042S is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6042S is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 6048 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored free-flowing powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.27 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 3,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 50 microns. Q-CEL® 6048 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 6048 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 7019 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.11 g/cc and maximum working pressure of 500 psi. It has an average particle size of 80 microns. Q-Cel® 7019 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 7019 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 7023S by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.13 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 750 psi. It has an average particle size of 85 microns. Q-Cel® 7023S is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 7023S is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 7028 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.16 g/cc and maximum working pressure of 1,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 75 microns. Q-CEL® 7028 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 7028 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Q-CEL® 7036 by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.21 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 1,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 63 microns. Q-CEL® 7036 is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 7036 is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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  • Potters Q-CEL® 7040S by Potters Industries LLC, is a white-colored powder. This hollow, engineered glass microsphere has a tamped bulk density of 0.26 g/cc and a maximum working pressure of 2,000 psi. It has an average particle size of 54 microns. Q-Cel® 7040S is most commonly used to reduce density in automotive underbody coating applications. Grade 7040S is a low-density, performance-enhancing additive.
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The Cary Company is an authorized distributor of Potters Industries SPHERIGLASS® Solid Glass Microspheres, and Q-CEL® and SPHERICEL® Hollow Glass Microspheres product lines.

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