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FAQs

What sets HFTALC apart from other Talc and Graphite providers?

We purchase asbestos-free Talc from the same source and of the same quality as the original equipment manufacturer’s (OEM) product. Quality counts when your goal is optimum efficiency and profitability. Quality is critical to relieving stress during planting. You can alleviate seed delivery and metering issues while saving money.

We are also one of the few providers who offers Custom Blends, and we always keep 50/50 and 20/80 blends on hand.

What is most important about HFTALC products?

We purchase Asbestos Free Talc from the same source and the same quality as our equipment manufacturer’s product. Quality counts when your goal is optimum efficiency and profitability. Quality is critical to relieving stress during planting.

What is Graphite?

Graphite is a mineral composed exclusively of the element carbon. Graphite is one of two naturally occurring crystalline forms of the sixth element, carbon, the other being diamond.

What is Graphite used for?

It is an extremely soft mineral and it breaks into minute, flexible flakes that easily slide over one another. This feature accounts for graphite’s distinctive greasy feel. This greasy characteristic makes graphite a good lubricant. Because it is a solid material, it is known as a dry lubricant. This is useful in applications where “wet” lubricants, such as oil, cannot be used.

What is Talc?

Talc is a Mineral. Talc rock is soapstone or steatite, used for stoves, sinks, electrical switchboards, crayons, soap, etc.

What is Talc used for?

Talc is used in many industries—including paper making, plastic, paint and coatings, rubber, food, electric cable, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and ceramics. It can be an effective lubricant or drying agent. Talcum powder an important ingredient in many baby powders, foot powders, first aid powders and a variety of cosmetics. A form of talc known as “soapstone” is also widely known. This soft rock is easily carved and has been used to make ornamental and practical objects for thousands of years.