Mica Flake

  • Mica Flake 2-422

    Mica Flake 2-422

    Mica flakes are derived from a group of sheet silicate minerals, called mica, which include Muscovite, Phlogopite, Biotite and others. Through a highly technical manufacturing process, the mica minerals are separated into sheet-like pieces, separated into natural color groups and broken down into standardized flake sizes. These unique flakes provide a natural metallic luster that cannot be achieved with other engineered minerals. They are the excellent partners of the production of lacquer an...
  • Mica Flake 2-076

    Mica Flake 2-076

    Mica flakes are derived from a group of sheet silicate minerals, called mica, which include Muscovite, Phlogopite, Biotite and others. Through a highly technical manufacturing process, the mica minerals are separated into sheet-like pieces, separated into natural color groups and broken down into standardized flake sizes. These unique flakes provide a natural metallic luster that cannot be achieved with other engineered minerals. They are the excellent partners of the production of lacquer an...
  • Mica Flake 2-060

    Mica Flake 2-060

    Natural mica flake is very good in retaining color, water proof, simulation quality, cold resistance and elasticity. It is not sticky when it’s hot and not crisp when it’s cold. It is not only an excellent material for manufacturing stone-like coatings and granite coatings, but also a new decorative material for inner wall paints. Mica flake series: synthetic mica flake, silver mica flake, coffee red mica flake, black mica flake, red gold mica flake, gold mica flake, brown mica flake, tawny m...
  • Mica Flake

    Mica Flake

    Mica flakes are derived from a group of sheet silicate minerals, called mica, which include muscovite, phlogopite, biotite and others. Through a highly technical manufacturing process, the mica minerals are separated into sheet-like pieces, separated into natural color groups and broken down into standardized flakes sizes. These unique flakes provide a natural metallic luster that cannot be achieved with other engineered minerals. They are the excellent partners of the production of lacquer ...