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Fluorspar

Our company offers fluorspar lumps in different grades and the purity of fluorspar lumps varies from CaF2 90% to CaF2 95% min. It caters to the varied requirements of a very large number of industries. Fluorspar is a halide mineral consisting of calcium fluoride. It has a relatively low melting point and the mineral is widely used as an important flux in smelting. Depending on the varied grades of purity, the Fluorspar lumps finds various industrial uses. The lowest of the three available grades, the metallurgical grade fluorite, is used as a flux to decrease the melting point of raw material in steel production for the removal of impurities.

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Bentonite

Our company offers fluorspar lumps in different grades and the purity of fluorspar lumps varies from CaF2 90% to CaF2 95% min. It caters to the varied requirements of a very large number of industries. Fluorspar is a halide mineral consisting of calcium fluoride. It has a relatively low melting point and the mineral is widely used as an important flux in smelting. Depending on the varied grades of purity, the Fluorspar lumps finds various industrial uses. The lowest of the three available grades, the metallurgical grade fluorite, is used as a flux to decrease the melting point of raw material in steel production for the removal of impurities.

Chemically Bentonite is Hydrated Aluminum Silicate. The greatest application of Bentonite is in oil drilling. Great quantities of Bentonite are used in drilling mud.In paint industry it is used as a thickener in some cheap paints, primers, and water based coatings. It is used in manufacture of cheap greases.

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Limestone

Limestone is a common sedimentary rock consisting mostly of calcium carbonate, CaCO3, used as building stone and in the manufacture of lime, carbon dioxide, and cement. Essentially a Dolomite stone possessing oil-resistant properties, Limestone shows high resistance in freezing and thawing conditions.

It is generally used as limestone tiles, limestone slabs in flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops and to pave the floors of large commercial complexes, hospitals, airports, shopping malls, railway stations, parks etc.

The muted tones of limestone are perfect for today’s more casual and comfortable lifestyles. Generally these soft beiges and tans, either polished or honed, is appropriate for bathrooms, fireplaces, counters and less-traveled flooring where a more informal decor is desired.

Limestone are sedimentary rocks that are formed at the bottom of lakes and seas, as silt and organic matter settle to the bottom. As more and more layers build up over thousands and millions of years, adding more and more weight, the heat and pressure cause chemical reactions to take place to harden the sediments into solid stone. The great Sphinx of Egypt is a masterpiece of Sculpted Limestone.

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Dolomite

Dolomite is the name of a sedimentary carbonate rock and a mineral, both composed of calcium magnesium carbonate CaMg(CO3)2 found in crystals.

Dolomite rock (also dolostone) is composed predominantly of the dolomite mineral. Limestone that is partially replaced by dolomite is referred to as dolomitic limestone, or in old U.S. geologic literature as magnesian limestone. Dolomite mineral was first described in 1791 as the rock by the French naturalist and geologist, Déodat Gratet de Dolomieu (1750–1801) for exposures in the Dolomite Alps of northern Italy.

Dolomite mineral is used as an ornamental stone, a concrete aggregate and as a source of magnesium oxide. It is an important petroleum reservoir rock, and serves as the host rock for large strata-bound Mississippi Valley-Type (MVT) ore deposits of base metals (that is, readily oxidized metals) such as lead, zinc, and copper. Where calcite limestone is uncommon or too costly, dolomite is sometime used in its place as a flux (impurity remover) for the smelting of iron and steel. Large quantities of processed dolomite are used in the production of float glass (flat glass) In horticulture, dolomite and dolomitic limestone are added to soils and soilless potting mixes to lower their acidity (“sweeten” them). Home and container gardening are common examples of this use.

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Perlite

We are offering to our clients, Perlite Ore, which is used in sectors like construction, horticulture along with other industrial applications. The heat resistance property of this dark grey granular material makes it ideal for manufacturing refractory bricks, mortars and pipe insulation.

Perlite is a type of volcanic siliceous rock, containing 2-5% combined or occluded water. When crushed up and heated under proper conditions it “pops” like popcorn, expanding to 20 or more times its original volume. It is these tiny glass sealed bubbles which account for light weight and excellent thermal insulation properties.

The expansion process also creates one of perlite’s most distinguishing:
Characteristics: It’s white in colour.

Introduction: Expanded perlite is an economical insulation for high and low temperature and cryogenic applications. It is widely used because of its low thermal conductivity, cost, non-combustibility and low moisture retention. Perlite loose fill insulation provides dependable results at temperatures ranging from -273°C to 1000°C. it is widely used to insulate Cold box or air separation units.

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Quartz

Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth’s continental crust, after feldspar. It is made up of a continuous framework of SiO4silicon–oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra, giving an overall formula SiO2.

There are many different varieties of quartz, several of which are semi-precious gemstones. Especially in Europe and the Middle East, varieties of quartz have been since antiquity the most commonly used minerals in the making of jewelry and hardstone carvings.

Uses for Quartz

Quartz is one of the most useful natural materials. Its usefulness can be linked to its physical and chemical properties. It has a hardness of seven on the Mohs Scale which makes it very durable. It is chemically inert in contact with most substances. It has electrical properties and heat resistance that make it valuable in electronic products. Its luster, color and diaphaneity make it useful as a gemstone and also in the making of glass.

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