Low grade Hematite Iron Ore Fe2O3 above 64% , screened + 20 mm. Fe2O3 % - 69.586 SiO2 % - 23.46 CaO % - 2.67 MgO % - 0.41 Al2O3 % - 1.37 MnO % - 0.03 S % - 0.01 P2O5 % - 0.81 P % - 0.35 Cl % - 0.44 BaO % - Nil ZnO % - 0.03 Zn % - 0.02 TiO2 % - 0.11 Na2O % - 0.75 K2O % - 0.35 C % - Nil LOI % - Gain Moist % - Nil
Quartz is a chemical compound consisting of one part silicon and two parts oxygen. It is the most abundant mineral found at Earths surface and its unique properties make it one of the most useful natural substances.Quartz is the second most common mineral in the Earths continental crust. It is made up of a lattice of silica. Its usefulness can be linked to its physical and chemical properties. 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. This makes it a very essential mineral in our daily life.
Features Of Calcite Calcite is carbonate and is generally white in colour. Calcite is a common constituent of sedimentary rocks, limestone in particular. It has the same chemical formula as other calcium carbonate based minerals like Limestone and marbles. Calcite, like most carbonates, will dissolve with most forms of acid. Calcite can be either dissolved by groundwater or precipitated by groundwater, depending on several factors including the water temperature and pH. Applications Pharmaceuticals Drilling Iron and steel industry
Features Of Garnet Garnet is pure and natural sand. Of the six major varieties of Garnet (Almandine, Andradite, Grossularite, Pyrope, Spessartite, Uvarovite), Almandine is the best abrasive Garnet with the composition of 3FeO, AI203, ESIO2. As Garnet has low content of free silica in it, it is widely used in sand blasting and waterjet cutting. Applications Abrasives Sand Blasting Water jet cutting
Features Of Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GBFS) Granulated Blast Furnace Slag or GBFS is formed when Blast Furnace Slag or BFS is successively at a fast rate quenched from the furnace rather than left for cooling. It has a density of about 60% to 70% that of natural sand. This material has a much increased resistance to sulfate attack. This eventually leads to better performance in countering acids of any type. In GBFS, no type of reaction related to alkali and silica occurs. Also the material provides a huge saving in connection to carbon dioxide emission which is an extra boon. What constitutes GBFS are its properties that consist of durability, appearance, higher ultimate strength than concrete which is made up of Portland cement and high sustainability level of the product made out of this material.
Cryolite or synthetic cryolite is the electrolyte component used in the Hall-HÃ©roult process for industrial production of aluminium. It is also commonly referred to as Secondary Cryolite, Crushed Bath, Bath Cryolite, Pure Bath, Bath and tapped Bath Material. It is generated during the aluminium smelting process as a result of high Sodium (Na) content in the alumina. Surplus cryolite is liquidly tapped and then crushed to be reused by other smelters or to compensate for electrolyte losses.
We can supply various grades of Fluorite Metallurgical Spar. The material is of UK origin and can be supplied to customer's specifications in dried and packaged form or delivered bulk loose. Typical analysis as follows: 85 - 90% CaF2 0.8% Fe2O3 0.003% S 0.8% SiO2 Other details can be supplied on request.
We have now ready for shipment the following stocks of mill scale: Quantity: 4,000.00 MT ready for shipment Packing/Loading : Loose in container or bulk shipment Average Iron Content: 71 -72% For further details please feel free to contact us.
We have 6,500 MT of Dolomite available ready for shipment. The average size of the product is from 10 - 40 mm. The product can be shipped loose and in bulk. The average chemical composition of the stock is the following: Fe Tot 0.69% S0,002 % CaO 31.76% Zn0,001 % MgO21.18%C12,91% K2O0,049%H2O0,96% Please feel free to contact us any time for further details
EAFD (Electric Arc Furnace Dust) is a stable material which presents the following average composition: pH 12.6 Zn 16 - 21% SiO2 3.5 4.5% Pb 0.60 1% Cd < 0.5% Cu 0.15 0.20% As