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Prince is a world-class producer of engineered minerals and specialty chemicals for niche applications, adding value from source to solution.

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Prince’s expertise makes us a leading supplier for multiple performance-critical applications.

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Products

Prince manufactures a wide range of engineered mineral and specialty chemical products to meet the needs of a variety of applications.

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Innovation

Innovation is central to Prince’s business. From laboratory to customer process, innovation is about solving customer problems to deliver higher quality solutions ahead of the competition.

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Iron & Chromite

Red Iron Oxide for Coloration

Prince is a leading international supplier of many types of red iron oxides for a wide range of coloration applications. Prince has an extensive library of high-quality iron oxide products that includes natural, regenerated, or synthetic. We have products for all applications!

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For the Brick and Rooftile industries

As through-the-body brick colorants for the commercial and residential construction markets, iron oxides enhance red tones when added to red and buff-burning ceramic bodies. Available in powder form, the oxides can be used as dry additives or customers can “just add water”(tm) to form a stable slurry for liquid dosing.

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For the Glass industry

Prince offers hematite products for use in commercial building glass cladding to impart solar control and aesthetics and to add color and ultraviolet protection in tinted windshields, back-lights, quarter-lights, and sunroofs for the heavy and light vehicle automotive markets. Additionally, hematite is used in the production of container glass to achieve green and amber color bottles in the furnace. Relatively small additions color the glass but do not affect the basic properties of the glass except for changes in the lower solar light and energy transmission.

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