Limestone has numerous uses: as a building material, an essential component of concrete (Portland cement), as aggregate for the base of roads, as white pigment or filler in products such as toothpaste or paints, as a chemical feedstock for the production of lime, as a soil conditioner, and as a popular decorative. For price specification and other details please contact us.
Limestone Limestone used in seawater re-mineralization We offer limestone that is used in architecture as it can be cut and carved. It is preferred by most of the people as it lasts long and does well in all climatic conditions. One of the most commonly used operations in the re-mineralization process is to be able to contact CO2 acidified desalinated water with a bed of domestic limestone. Limestone dissolution offers two significant gradients to the water. This is bicarbonate alkalinity, as well as calcium content What is limestone? Limestone is greatly used in architecture as it is easily obtained, cut and carved. Limestone rocks contain flint, clay, sand and calcite in varying amounts. It is also preferred by most of the people in architecture and decoration, as it is long lasting and does well in every climatic condition. Calcareous sedimentary rocks are known as limestone and they are composed of the mineral calcite. When calciteÃ¢??s calcination is done, it gives lime as a product. In nature, limestone is available in various purity levels, depending upon the other minerals present with it. For example, if some limestone is present with more than 10% of dolomite, it is called as dolomite limestone and same goes for magnesium limestone too. When limestone is recrystallised and polished, it becomes a decorative and building stone called Ã¢??marbleÃ¢??. Limestone has been given different names depending upon its texture, mode of occurrence and foraminifera remains, etc. Limestone is a soft and porous stone which is usually composed of tiny fossils and bits of shells, which are easily visible. It is an oft-mined rock, commonly used in a number of applications. As such, much against the popular belief, the use of limestone is not restricted to only architecture. Find out various uses of limestone in the lines below What is color of limestone? Limestone always white color
What is limestone? Limestone is greatly used in architecture as it is easily obtained, cut and carved. Limestone rocks contain flint, clay, sand and calcite in varying amounts. It is also preferred by most of the people in architecture and decoration, as it is long lasting and does well in every climatic condition. Calcareous sedimentary rocks are known as limestone and they are composed of the mineral calcite. When calcite’s calcination is done, it gives lime as a product. In nature, limestone is available in various purity levels, depending upon the other minerals present with it. For example, if some limestone is present with more than 10% of dolomite, it is called as dolomite limestone and same goes for magnesium limestone too. When limestone is recrystallised and polished, it becomes a decorative and building stone called marble. Limestone has been given different names depending upon its texture, mode of occurrence and foraminifera remains, etc. Limestone is a soft and porous stone which is usually composed of tiny fossils and bits of shells, which are easily visible. It is an oft-mined rock, commonly used in a number of applications. As such, much against the popular belief, the use of limestone is not restricted to only architecture. Find out various uses of limestone in the lines below. What is color of limestone? Limestone always white color Quick Details Place of Origin: Egypt Brand Name: CairoMinerals Model Number: Limestone-2016 Available sizes: Limestone 1 mm - 3 mm Limestone 2 mm - 3 mm Limestone 1.50 mm - 3 mm Limestone 0.075 mm -2 mm
Buy Limestone From Top Suppliers * Shree Trading and Services is engaged in the supplying of natural stones and sands in both domestic and international markets. We have built an intrinsic reputation in the market by prioritizing customer satisfaction, valuable services, and most importantly, the supply of the best available stones suitable for various projects. * Our professional-quality services help you in making the perfect choice from different types of limestones. * Limestone is a sedimentary rock, which mostly contains the primary components of mineral calcite and aragonite, crystal forms of calcium carbonate, CaCO3. It is readily available, and relatively easy to cut into blocks and slabs for concrete and architecture. Applications * Limestone has different applications: frequently used as a commercial building material, which is an essential raw material in the concrete (Portland cement) industry. It is also used as the aggregate for the base of roads. It is used in various heavy industries for smelting, to remove impurities from the iron ore. Limestone also finds its applications in the decorative items for carvings. Uses of Limestone * Used as basic raw material in the cement industry * Used as aggregate for the base of roads * It is used for smelting and other metal refining process * Used for making for floor tiles, wall tiles, facing stone, etc. * Used in front decorative * Limestone deposits are used in farming and agriculture lime or Aglime Quality * Limestone is supplied to mainly commercial building clients for building constructions, landscaping, and carvings. We also supply limestone to clients from cement and heavy industries. Hence, we ensure that the most suitable option and precise type of limestone are delivered according to the clientele requirements. Transportation and Packaging * We have the most efficient transportation facilities to handle all kinds of bulk orders of limestone. Our professional team ensures that the bags are properly packed to avoid any kinds of dust, stains, or damage during the transit and shipping. Limestone stone is mostly packed in bulks or as per the customer requirement.
Limestone is a Sedimentary Rock Made up of the shells of millennia-old dead sea creatures Layers of these built up over millions of years and were squashed together until they formed Limestone. Limestone makes up about 10% of the total volume of Sedimentary Rocks The solubility of limestone in water and weak acid leads to a karst landscape, in which water erodes the limestone over the millions of years, most cave systems are through limestone bedrock The great pyramids of Egypt are, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, its outside cover is made from limestone
Features Of Lime Stone Fines Lime stone is a fine powder obtained from the processing of Limestone. It can be added to Portland cement as an addition, wither at factory to create a composite cement or at the batch plant to form a combination cement. Applications Cement paste Filler Green Concrete
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed principally of calcium carbonate (calcite) or the double carbonate of calcium and magnesium (dolomite). It is commonly composed of tiny fossils, shell fragments and other fossilized debris. With our advanced double storage facility in Lagos state and Port Harcourt state which are the two commercial city in Nigeria, we have the capacity to supply 50000mt of this product monthly.
Limestone has a diversified use in today's Industrial world. As a raw material it is used in the following industries and construction projects Glass Industry: Limestone is used in the purification of molten glass. Most glass is made by fusing a mixture of silica sand and soda ash, limestone dolomite and other material. Generally very high purity (CaCO3 98.5 % or CaO 55.2) is required for this application. Iron Industry: Limestone is used to remove impurities from molten iron. Limestone or lime is used as a flux to assist melting. The lime reacts with silica and alumina impurities in the ore and forms a slag which floats on the surface of the Melt Steel Industry: Limestone is also used as a flux in the steel industry and is required to remove silica and phosphorus from pig iron. The limestone required should be of high purity with low silica (5 to 2%) and sulphur of less than 0.1%.
Product Detailed Description: "Chemical analysis Item Percentage SiO 0.5 - 0.8 Al O 0.2 - 0.5 CaO 54.2 - 56.5 Mgo 0.149 - 0.174 Fe O 0.01 - 0.04 L.O.I 43.10 - 43.90 Brightness 95 - 97 Moisture Trace Minimum Order Qty : 50 tons Units : Tons Packaging Details : "Jumbo bags small bags " Capacity : "Jumbo bags: 1.25-1.5 Ton small bags 25 or 50 kg bags" Seller Product Code : Code: MRCLS
Test/Parameter Method Result Unit NABL Accredited Tests DISCIPLINE: CHEMICAL Calcium Oxide (as CaO) IS: 1760-P3-1992 (RA -2013) 55.06 % (w/w) Silica (as SiO2) IS: 1760-P2-1991 (RA -2013) 0.58 % (w/w) Magnesium Oxide (as MgO) IS: 1760-P3-1992 (RA -2013) 0.40 % (w/w) Loss on ignition IS: 1760-P1-1991 (RA -2017) 43.44 % (w/w) Aluminium (as Al2O3) 0.011 % (w/w) Sodium (as Na2O) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) 0.099 % (w/w) Potassium (as K2O) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) 0.026 % (w/w) Manganese (as MnO) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) 0.002 % (w/w) Titanium (as Ti) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) ND(DL : 0.5) mg/kg Phosphorous (as P2O5) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) ND(DL : 0.5) mg/kg Iron (as Fe2O3) SO-IN-MUL-TE-109 (by ICPOES) 0.046 % (w/w) Chlorides (as Cl) ASTM C : 114 - 2015 0.012 % (w/w) Calcium (as CaCO3) By Calculation 98.25 % (w/w) Moisture @ 105C 0.04 % (w/w) Sulphur (as S) ASTM C : 25 - 2011 0.031 % (w/w) Sulphur trioxide (as SO3) ASTM C : 25-2011 0.078 % (w/w)
White Limestone is available in jumbo bags and bulk orders. It is offered in different sizes as per customer requirement.
Applications: Steel manufacturing Cement manufacturing Glass manufacturing As road ballast As agricultural lime In road and traditional building constructions In paints manufacturing In power plant smokestacks
We are supplier and exporter of Limestones Lumps. Limestone Lumps are supplied by us at very reasonable rates. These Limestone Lumps are used extensively in numerous industries to serve varied purposes. Our Limestone Lumps have desired chemical & physical properties and are free from any external impurity. We ensure proper packaging of the Limestone Lumps with a view to provide best quality product to our clients. Use: Used for water purification and sugar refining. Features: Accurate composition Precise pH value Longer shelf life Demanded By: Cement industry Fertilizer industry Sugar industry Glass industry Chemical industry Iron & Steel industry.
We are supplier and exporter of Limestone Powder. Limestone is widely used in chemical products and construction materials. powder and lumps . Vietnamese Limestone Powder is one of the most popular materials for producing animal feed worldwide. It is rich in calcium content and low in metal, which makes big contribution to the development of animals. Application: Manufacturing Feed Additives For Fish, Shrimp, Layers, Broilers, Swine, Cattle. Materials: High quality Limestone, Calcium (Ca) > 38%, Ferrous (Fe2O3) < 0.05%, Magnesium Oxide (MgO) b< 0.2%, Whiteness: 90%, Brightness: 85%, Moisture: < 0.15%.
Limestone is a common type of carbonate sedimentary rock. It is composed mostly of the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate. Limestone forms when these minerals precipitate out of water containing dissolved calcium