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7/25/2019

CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Cimbar

Originally titled 'Inorganic materials, additives'
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Cimbar Performance Minerals is featuring its product portfolio of inorganic minerals and additives, including its most recent addition, alumina trihydrate (ATH).

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Cimbar Performance Minerals CAMX 2019

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Cimbar Performance Minerals (Chatsworth, Ga., U.S.) is featuring its product portfolio of inorganic minerals and additives, including barium sulfate, talc, magnesium hydroxide, 100% recycled mineral products and its most recent addition, alumina trihydrate (ATH). Cimbar says its products are engineered to enhance the performance, appearance, processing and functionality in product markets including industrial, automotive, pharmaceutical and consumer-based applications. Cimbar operates 13 production/mining sites worldwide. 

 

CAMX 2019 Exhibitor

Cimbar Performance Minerals

Exhibit Hall, Booth F53

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