anhydrous calcium sulfate

anhydrous calcium sulfate

[an′hī·drəs ‚kal·sē·əm ′səl‚fāt]
(materials)
Gypsum from which all the water of crystallization has been removed. Also known as dead-burnt gypsum.

anhydrous calcium sulfate, dead-burnt gypsum

Gypsum from which all the water of crystallization has been removed.
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Anhydrous calcium sulfate in two particle sizes: Snow White filler (8-micron average) and CA-5 (2-micron average).
United States Gypsum Company's Specialty Products Division offers CAS-20-4, an anhydrous calcium sulfate that can be used as a titanium dioxide (TiO[.
Recent independent tests reportedly confirm that anhydrous calcium sulfate (gypsum) is an economical TiO2 extender that maintains good pigmenting performance in PP.
CAS-20-4 anhydrous calcium sulfate (gypsum) recommended as a low-cost Ti02 extender.
Allied Custom Gypsum will launch an anhydrous calcium sulfate filler later this year.
CAS-20-4, an anhydrous calcium sulfate, is an extremely white, finely divided particulate filler with average particle size of 4 microns and top size of 20 microns.