Artha Mineral Resources was founded in year 2010 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. All the operations of the company are efficiently handled by Ms. Chaitali Salot (Partner). Through our quality Minerals, we are serving Cement, Ready Mix Concrete, Steel, Refractories, Construction and several other industries.
Artha Mineral Resources was set-up as a trustworthy Mineral Solution Provider in the Mineral Industry which has been plagued by unscrupulous and unreliable elements. We have exclusive tie ups for Minerals with renowned suppliers and mine owners in India and otherwise. This in turn has helped us in gaining trust of the major reputed clients in diverse industries.
Our Systematic Working:
Our dedicated sourcing and R&D teams ensure that Minerals, that we offer, are sourced from genuine resource-owners.
Mission Statement :
Leverage our knowledge, experience and network for timely, efficient sourcing and delivery of quality industrial minerals to our customers.
Vision Statement :
To be a leading and responsible global integrator & supplier of quality industrial minerals.
Why Choose Us :
Our extensive network with end user industries cuts through multiple layers of middlemen and trading agencies thereby making us even more competitive. Further, the factors which have made us a reliable Mineral Exporter and Importer from India are :
- Wide network for sourcing Mineral
- Special focus on Cement and Steel Industry
- 100% perfect formulations of Minerals
- Delivery in tight-schedule
- Excellent packaging
Micro Silica Sand: Micro silica also known as fume, is an amorphous (non-crystalline) polymorph of silicon dioxide, silica. It is an ultrafine powder collected as a by-product of the silicon and ferrosilicon alloy production and consists of spherical particles with an average particle diameter of 150 mm. The main field of application is as pozzolanic for high performance concrete because of its extreme fineness and high silica. Applications : Silica is added to Portland cement concrete to improve its properties, in particular its compressive strength, bond strength, and abrasion resistance. These improvements stem from both the mechanical improvements resulting from addition of a very fine powder to the cement paste mix as well as from the pozzolanic reactions between the silica fume and free calcium hydroxide in the paste. Advantages : Addition of silica also reduces the permeability of concrete to chloride ions, which protects the reinforcing steel of concrete from corrosion, especially in chloride-rich environments such as coastal regions and those of humid continental roadways and runways (because of the use of deicing salts) and saltwater bridges.
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.
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.
Calcined Bauxite: Calcined Bauxite is obtained by calcining (heating) superior grade Bauxite at high temperature (from 850 oC to 1600 oC). This removes moisture thereby increasing the alumina content. Compared to an alumina content of about 57 % to 58 % in raw Bauxite, Calcined Bauxite has an alumina content of 82 % to 86 %. The heating is carried out in rotary kilns. Calcination is done at different temperatures ranging from 850 oC to 1600 oC depending upon the customer’s application. We export Calcined Bauxite for various applications such as refractory bricks, abrasives, steel polishing, etc. We provide consistency in quality and availability of Calcined Bauxite at extremely competitive prices. Applications of Calcined Bauxite: Refractory Grade Calcined Bauxite (CB - I and CB - II Grade) : To make refractory grade, Bauxite is thermally treated at 1600 oC to produce Calcined Bauxite where the Alumina content is mostly above 82%. Brown Fused Alumina, Proppants and Road Surfacing : To make the above grades, Bauxite is thermally treated at 1000 oC - 1200 oC to produce Calcined Bauxite where the Alumina content is anywhere between 80-88% depending on the requirement. Minimum Order Quantity : 1 Containers
Raw Bauxite: Bauxite is a soft, whitish to reddish-brown rock consisting mainly of alumina-bearing hydroxides, oxides of iron, silicon and titanium with impurities of Ca, Mg, Cr, V, P, Ga and other elements. Raw Bauxite is a major source of aluminium. Basic alumina containing minerals of Bauxites are gibbsite Al(OH)3, Boehmite g-AlO(OH) and Diaspore a-AlO(OH). We are a major Raw Bauxite Exporter based in Maharashtra (India) and catering to the diverse demands of several middle and eastern Asian countries. About Raw Bauxite: The processing of Raw Bauxite is done at a number of alumina refineries in the world. Bauxite can be processed at a low-temperature autoclave digestion (145 oC to 155 oC). Raw Bauxite can be used also for sweetening stage and for non-autoclave digestion in agitators (105 oC). About 85% of bauxite mined worldwide is used to produce alumina for refining into Aluminium metal and the balance 15% is processed and value added to make its way to other uses like refractory, chemical, cement, abrasives, etc. Aluminium is possibly the most versatile product with applications in almost every industry. Since Bauxite is the primary source for Aluminium there will always be an ongoing promising demand for the same. Application & Uses of Bauxite: Raw Bauxite is successfully used for metallurgical grade alumina production besides applications in the cement industry, alumina chemical, steel, alum, energy industries, flame-retardants, etc. Bauxite is used in : - Aluminium - Cement - Chemical - Blast Furnaces - Iron/Steel Ladles, etc. Advantages of Artha Bauxite: Artha Mineral Resources has good sources for Gibbsitic Bauxite which requires low digestion temperature (145 oC -155 oC) making it more economical to process. Mines are also in close proximity to all-weather ports which makes it very convenient and cost effective to ship this material.
Quartz: Quartz is one of the most well-known minerals on the earth with numerous uses. Sand, which is composed of tiny Quartz pebbles, is the primary ingredient for the manufacture of glass. We feel pride in introducing ourselves as a leading Quartz Lumps Exporters from India. Mineral-grade packaging is provided for safe and easy delivery of Quartz Lumps. We welcome orders from Middle East, East Asian and several other countries and ensure timely shipment. Applications : It is used as an abrasive for sandblasting, grinding glass and cutting of soft stones. Quartz powder is also used in ceramic tiles along with feldspar.
Fly Ash: Fly Ash is by product generated during combustion of coal, and comprises the fine particles that rise with the flue gases. Ash which is collected from the bottom is termed bottom ash. Fly ash is collected by electrostatic precipitators or other particle filtration equipment before the flue gases reach the chimneys of coal-fired power plants and together with bottom ash removed from the bottom of the furnace is in this case jointly known as coal ash. Depending upon the type of coal being used, the specification of Fly Ash varies considerably, but Fly Ash contains substantial amounts of silicon dioxide and calcium oxide (CaO), both being endemic ingredients in many coal-bearing rock strata. We are a reputed Fly Ash Exporter based in India and are supplying Fly Ash different cement, ready mix concrete, steel, refractories and construction industries. The Major Utilization Areas Of Fly Ash : - Manufacture of Portland Pozzolanic Cement & Performance improver in Ordinary Portland cement (OPC). - Part replacement of OPC in cement concrete. - High volume Fly Ash concrete. - Roller Compacted Concrete used for dam & pavement construction. - Manufacture of ash bricks and other building products. - Construction of road embankments, structural fills, low lying area development. - As a soil amender in agriculture and wasteland development. Types of Fly Ash: - According to the type of coal used fly is classified into two types. Anthracite and bituminous coal produces Fly Ash classified as class F. Class C Fly Ash is produced by burning lignite or sub-bituminous coal. Class C Fly Ash has self-cementing properties. - Class F and Class C Fly Ash are products of the combustion of coal in large power plants. Fly Ash is collected in electrostatic precipitators or baghouses, and then transferred to large silos for shipment. When needed, Fly Ash is classified by precise particle size requirements, thus assuring a uniform, quality product. - Class F Fly Ash is available in the largest quantities. Class F is generally low in lime, usually under 15 percent, and contains a greater combination of silica, alumina and iron (greater than 70 percent) than Class C Fly Ash. - Class C Fly Ash normally comes from coals which may produce an ash with higher lime content generally more than 15 percent often as high as 30 percent. Elevated CaO may give Class C unique self-hardening characteristics. Minimum Order Quantity : 1 container
Natural Gypsum: Gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O) is a naturally occurring mineral mined from deposits formed by ancient sea beds as a raw material, white when pure, but commonly grey, yellow, red or brown, owing to impurities. The anhydrous form (CaSO4), anhydrite, is common. We are enlisted amongst the topmost INatural Gypsum Importers and Exporters from India. Applications: Gypsum has many industrial applications in its raw or Calcined forms, especially in the building and construction industries. Uses of Raw Gypsum are principally as: - a retarder for Portland cement - a fertilizer or soil conditioner - mineral filler - oxidizing agent in glass manufacture or other industrial applications. Most gypsum is calcined and used in the manufacturing of plaster products. Wallboard and plaster requires gypsum contents greater than 85%, although producers prefer a minimum of 94–95% along with whiteness in color. The major consumers of the Gypsum at present are Cement Industry. By weight about 4% to 6% Gypsum in crushed condition is utilized in Portland Cement Manufacture after mixing with cement/clinker. Gypsum acts as a retarder and controls the setting time of cement. Imported Gypsum from Iran: Natural Gypsum is one of the most superior qualities and consistent material available for Import and Export. Natural Gypsum has adequate whiteness, high purity as well as it is low in cost which makes it absolutely feasible for white cements as well as Plaster Of Paris manufacturing and for the Cement Industry all together. One more important quality that distinguishes Natural Gypsum from others is its hardness which is less as compared to other sources and allows different industries to easily grind the same for processing into final product which in turn results in to reduced power consumption for manufacturing industries.
Kaolin: Kaolin uses are multiple and diverse. Kaolin are used as functional filler, extender, ceramic raw material and pigment because of its whiteness and fine particle size. Kaolin also hold importance as raw material in refractory applications, concrete, rubber and fiber glass manufacturing. We, as a Kaolin Exporter welcome any size of international orders from Middle East and other countries. Applications: Paper: Kaolin used as a coating pigment and as a filler to replace fiber. It possesses desirable optical properties. Concrete: Kaolin helps to improve strength and durability of concrete. When added to concrete mix, reacts with free lime released during cement hydration to produce additional cementitious material, resulting in an improved high performance concrete. Plastics : Kaolin is widely used as filler in the plastics industry because of its inert chemical nature and its unique size, shape and structure. Agriculture : It is used as a carrier and diluent in fertilizers, pesticides and related products. It is suitable as carrier because it aides the retention of the formulations on the plant. Rubber : It is commonly used as functional filler in rubber applications. While Kaolin improves overall performance for Rubber in general, different types of white pigment play specific roles in rubber application. Paint : Kaolin used as an extender in paints. It reduces the amount of expensive pigment such as Titanium Dioxide. It assists with desirable rheological properties that help maintain proper dispersion and provide bulk to the product. Ceramic : Kaolin improves whiteness and brightness of ceramic body. Good plasticity, good shrinkage, low water absorption and casting rate are also very important properties of kaolin.
Potash Feldspar: We have come up as a dependable firm bringing forth Potash Feldspar all over the world. Based in India, we are exporting Potash Feldspar in varied quantity packs. Potash Feldspar are processed and are used for varied industrial applications. Further, we keeping in mind the budget constraints in mind, we offer Potash Feldspar at the market leading prices. About Feldspar: Feldspar is non-plastic Potassium or Sodium Alumino silicate mineral represented as KAlSi38or NaAlSi38. Feldspar is used generally for the following purposes : Ceramic Manufacturing formulations : In making the body composition of several types of ceramics and in preparation of glazes and enamel, Glass Manufacturing and Abrasive Manufacturing. It is used along with Ball Clay, Kaolin and quartz for tiles and sanitary Wares manufacturing. The presence of iron even in small quantity tends to impart coloration.