Organically modified clay as organoclay control of fluid loss

Modified rheological additive

Organically modified clay as organoclay control of fluid loss

Organically modified clay CP-MPB is a kind of organo clay rheological additive used in solvent and resin systems covering non polarity to high polarity range.

Organically modified clay Properties

Composition                      Organic derivative of a montmorillonite clay

Appearance                       Fine powder, light yellow

Moisture content (105℃,2hr)         ≤3.5%

Loss on ignition (1000℃)            31%-34%

Bulk density                       0.40~0.60g/cm3

Fineness (<74μm, %)               ≥99%


  • High purity, low silica content
  • Fine dispersion and particle size
  • Wide application range
  • High viscosity and high thixotropy efficiency
  • Gel is very transparent and of light color


CP-MPB is used in the following applications:

  • Paints including top grades paint, decorative paint, industrial paint
  • Inks
  • Grease
  • Cosmetic
  • Cleaning agent


Organically modified clay CP-MPB can be added directly in powder under high shear condition. Addition level is commonly 0.1%~1.0% of total formulation by weight. Polar activator is required to achieve better performance.


All safety information is provided in the Material Safety Data Sheets for Zhejiang Camp-Shinning Co.,Ltd..


Kraft bag or kraft complex interior with PE or customized


Organically modified clay CP-MPB has a shelf life of 2 years, and should be stored in ventilated cool and dry place.


The information on use is based on data which are believed reliable, but any recommendation or suggestion made is without guarantee or warranty, since the conditions of use are outside our control. All products are sold on the conditions that purchasers shall make their own tests to determine the suitability of such products for their purpose and that all risks are assumed by user. We disclaim any responsibility for damages resulting from careless or improper handling or use. Nothing herein is to be taken as permission, inducement or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license.