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    On February 13, 2020, AIHAI has announced that the Company donated RMB500 thousand to Haicheng Red Cross Foundation to support the Chinese government's ongoing efforts to help those infected and fight the spread of the novel coronavirus epidemic.

    Why AIHAI

    Long History

    The first talc mine in China
    founded in 1949 located
    in Haicheng the home of talc


    AIHAI owns the largest talc
    ore reservation in Asia,
    producing 400,000 tons of
    talc products annually

    Systematic Mining

    SURPAC mining software
    from Germany delivers
    efficiency, accuracy and
    systematic mining to reduce
    our environmental footprint


    50 million tons of proven
    talc reserves enables a
    mining life time of more
    than 100 years


    ISO/IEC 17025:2005
    OHSAS 18001:2007
    ISO 9001:2015
    ISO 14001:2015


    Higher purity talc is produced
    with the aid of sophisticated
    mineral sorting technologies.

    AIHAI Talc —
    Make The Most Of Talc


    Widely used in LDPE / EVA agricultural films, increases greenhouse temperatures by retaining infrared radiation, optimizing light transmission and scattering, improves impermeability, tensile strength and elongation of films.


    High aspect ratio of talc morphology significantly reinforces plastic components by enhancing its rigidity, impact strength, flexural modulus and thermal stability. It plays a significant role in optimizing the strength of bumpers and automotive interior parts.


    With its high whiteness and hydrophobic, AIHAI's talc is widely used in various industrial coatings e.g., marine coating, protective coating, wood coating and architectural paints, especially in primer and base coats. Its high lamellarity helps to optimize viscosity and barrier effect thus enhancing anti-corrosion and water-resistance properties.


    AIHAI's highly specialized talc grades are used in automotive exhaust catalytic converters which contain honeycomb cordierite ceramic bodies. High purity and lamellar talc helps to improve high porosity yet mechanical strength of thin walls, with a minimum heat expansion coefficient.

    AIHAI Supports All Industries

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