Ball Clay: A member of kaolinite family, Ball Clay is renowned for its plasticity and green strength. They consists varying proportions of kaolinite, mica and quartz, with small amounts of organic matter and other minerals, and are commercially values because they increase the workability and strength of various ceramic bodies and have white or near white firing characteristics. Ball clay is processed to minimize the levels of coarse particles. This enhances better workability and higher strength. Applications : It forms a major part of many ceramic applications, including sanitary ware, tiles, table wares and to an increasing extent non-ceramic applications like functional fillers and advanced application for example technical ceramics.
Ball Clay : Save 20% Off Clay Purchase With Us Price Of Product ( Usd Price Or Fob Price) : Usd26/tonne For At Least 10,000 Mt Purchase, Fob Lumut Port Product origin : Taiping, Perak. Malaysia Chemical analysis : Si02 : 57+/-2.00 Al203 : 29+/-0.30 Fe203 : 0.70+/-0.30 Ti02 : 0.70+/-0.30 Cao : < 0.5 Mgo : < 0.5 K2O : 1.20+/-0.30 Na20 : < 0.5 LOI : 12.50+/-1.0 Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details : Bulk shipment and jumbo bag, depending on quantity ordered.
Below are the our clay specs: CHEMICAL ANALYSES Sio2 : 57 +/- 2.00 Al203 : 29 +/- 2.00 Fe2O3 : 0.80 +/- 0.30 TiO2 : 0.70 +/- 0.30 CaO : < 0.5 MgO : < 0.5 K2O : 1.20 +/- 0.30 Na20 : < 0.5 LOI : 12.50 +/- 1.0 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Green MOR : Min. 8.00 Kg/Cm2 Dry MOR : Min. 17.00 Kg/Cm2 Fired MOR : Min.200 Kg/Cm2 Fired Shrinkage % : 7.0 +/- 1.0 Water Absorption : 10.0 +/- 2.0 Fired Color Value at f2OO DEG C Lx 90.0 +/- 2.0 6x 1.0 +/-0.5 bx 8.00+/-r.5
Uses: Sorted High Plasticity White Ball Clay Typically Used In Vitrified Tiles, Ceramic Bodies, Sanitary Ware. Form: Lumps. Packing: Loose And 1000kg Bags Size: As Per Demand. Specifications: As Required By The Buyer
Calcined Kaolin (Kaolinite) is an anhydrous aluminium silicate produced by heating ultrafine natural kaolin to high temperatures in a kiln. The calcination process increases whiteness and hardness, improves electrical properties, and alters the size and shape of the kaolin particles. As a leading Supplier and Exporter of Chamotte (China Clay), We ensure that our clay and Minerals are made as per the international standard and norms. Packed in high quality packaging materials, our Kaolin is offered at very cost effective prices, without compromising outstanding quality and purity.
China Clay: China Clay is a clay mineral with the chemical composition AlSiO3O5(OH)3. It is layered silicate mineral. It is soft earthy, usually white in color, produced by the chemical weathering of Aluminium Silicate mineral like Feldspar. Commercial grades of China Clay are supplied and transported as dry powder form, semi dry noodle form or as slurry. Applications: - It is used in Cer/bamics for body & glazing of Tiles and Sanitary Wares. - In paper it is used as filler. It is also used for paper coating purpose. - It is used in paint also to extend Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and modify gloss level. - It is used in rubber to enhance reinforcement properties.
Ball clay The inherent properties of mita d2 ball clay is valued in its high plasticity , dry strength and bonding nature ect. The high plasticity facilitates shaping and finishing of ceramik bodies and high strength allows un- dried clay article to keep their shape and withstand all types of molding, shaping and conveying during manufacture. Ball clay (mita d2) Chemical analysis % Sio2 75.40 Al2o3 12.75 Fe2o3 0.97 Mgo 0.12 Cao 0.29 Na2o 1.24 K2o 4.95 Tio2 0.05 Loi 4.3 Physical analysis ( 1200 c - 40' ) % dry shrinkage 0.38 % fired shrinkage 6 % absorption 6 Dry strength 70kg/cm2 Fired strength 450kg/cm2 Bulk (-50mm)
Ur-c(ball clay) Product name : ur-c(ball clay) Sio2 : 49.7% Al2o3 : 31.7 Fe2o3 : 1.55 Cao : 0.09 Mgo : 0.32 K2o : 2.14 Na2o : 0.35 Tio2 : 0.54 Dried mor(kgf/cm2) : 66.79 Residue on 325mesh sieve(%) : 0.2 Moisture : 18%~20% 1mt per bag
Rc-a(ball clay) Sio2 : 52.5% Al2o3 : 30.5% Fe2o3 : 2.58% Cao : 0.11% Mgo : 0.41% K2o : 2.19% Na2o : 0.37% Tio2 : 0.58% Dried mor(kgf/cm2) : 68.42 Residue on 325mesh sieve(%) : 0.4 Moisture : 18%~20% 1mt per bag
Ur-b(ball clay) Product name : ur-b(ball clay) Sio2 : 49.3% Al2o3 : 32% Fe2o3 : 1.19% Cao : 0.1% Mgo : 0.28% K2o : 1.93% Na2o : 0.34% Tio2 : 0.53% Dried mor(kgf/cm2) : 64.08 Residue on 325mesh sieve(%) : 0.3 Moisture : 18%~20% 1mt per bag
Rc-b(ball clay) Product name : rc-b(ball clay) Sio2 : 51.52 Al2o3 : 30.52 Fe2o3 : 2.89 Cao : 0.09 Mgo : 0.44 K2o : 2.58 Na2o : 0.27 Tio2 : 0.52 Dried mor(kgf/cm2) : 54.26 Residue on 325mesh sieve(%) : 0.5 Moisture : 18%~20% 1mt per bag
Product Images Name : Item Code : SBalls. Product Name : Styrofoam Balls. Product Description : Styrofoam Ball Series Starting From Diameter 2 cm onwards. Price of Product : To Be Discussed If Interested. Product Origin : China Styrofoam Balls are well suited for Crafts, Decorations, Ornaments, Painting, Projects etc.
Smoke Ball (Firework) UiG Brand Item Code: SBF-001 Made in China Sample not available for regarded as firework. Must go with other fireworks on shipment.
Our Company Shaheen Mining Corporation which specializes in the field of exporting of ore minerals from Pakistan as below . 1) Raw Magnesium Carbonate Lumps and Powder (MgO 40%-44% ) 2) Kaolin White Doubled Washed ( China Clay ) Lumps /Powder 3) Calcium Fluoride Lumps (Fluorspar) CaF2 60 % - 80 % 4) Raw Bauxite Lumps with low iron for cement industries (Al2O3 50% Min) 5) Silica Sand (SiO2 98% +/- 0.5%) We have our own processing plant for minerals and also having manufacturing facility with state of art machinery with grinding mills for grinding of minerals with proper quality control system .
Quartz, silica quartz, calcite, potash feldspar, clay, talc powder, knitted garments & textile yarn.
Ball Clay is a variety of Kaolinite, like china-clay. It differs from china-clay in having high plasticity and less refractoriness. In chemical composition, ball and china clays do not differ greatly except that the former contains a larger proportion of silica. It has derived its name from the practice of removing it in the form of ball-like lumps from the clay pits in the UK. Ball clays are kaolinitic sedimentary clays that commonly consist of 20-80% kaolinite, 10-25% mica, 6-65% quartz. Localized seams in the same deposit have variations in composition, including the quantity of the major minerals, accessory minerals and carbonaceous materials such as lignite. They are fine-grained and plastic in nature, and, unlike most earthenware clays, produce a fine quality white-coloured pottery body when fired, which is the key to their popularity with potters. Ball clays are relatively scarce deposits due to the combination of geological factors needed for their formation and preservation.