FILLITE Hollow Ceramic Microspheres

FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 500 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm). FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 500LF Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm). FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 300 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-300 µm). FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 160 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-180 µm). FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 106 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-106 µm). FILLITE is a glass hard, inert, hollow silicate sphere. FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 500-73 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm - Typical density: .73 g/cc - FILLITE Oil Field Grade) FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.
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  • Fillite 500-8 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm - Typical density: .8 g/cc - FILLITE Oil Field Grade) FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.
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  • Fillite 500-85 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm - Typical density: .85 g/cc - FILLITE Oil Field Grade). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.
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  • Fillite 500V Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.
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  • Fillite +300 Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-750 µm - FILLITE Value Grade). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE , including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the material.
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  • Fillite 500W-LF Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-500 µm). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 300W Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-300 µm). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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  • Fillite 160W Hollow Ceramic Microspheres (Particle size range: 5-180 µm - FILLITE White / High-Alumina Grade). FILLITE is primarily used to reduce the weight of plastics, rubbers, resins, cement, etc., but also imparts further benefits in many situations. Many of the advantages from the use of FILLITE, including increased filler loading and improved rheology, are directly attributed to the spherical nature of the mineral.
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FILLITE Hollow Ceramic Microspheres

The Cary Company is an authorized distributor of TOLSA Group product lines.

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