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.
Dolomite is Carbonate of Calcium and Magnesium “Ca Mg (CO3)2”. We are recognized as one of the prominent Dolomite Rock Powder Manufacturers and Suppliers in India. The Dolomite Powder is extensively used in Iron & Steel Industries due to its strength and compatibility in process of purifying Iron & Steel. Natural Dolomite Powder is of White Color and is used as Filler in many applications such as Soap & Detergent, Paints, Ceramics and many other Industries. The total production of Dolomite Powder for the year 2007-08 was 1000 M.T. per month. Grades : Dolomite powder is available from 100 Mesh to 700 Mesh Dolomite is also available in Lumps sizes of 25 mm. onwards used in Iron & Steel Industries. Packing : Available in 25Kg, 50 Kg. Total Production of Dolomite in 2007-08 : Powder Sizes : 1000 M.T. per month. Lumps & Granules : 5000 M.T. per month in Lumps
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.
Unit Results Method Sulfer , Total % Mass 0.0180 ASTM D 3120/4294/5453 Appearance Volatilty 1 Density @15 ?C Kg/I 0.804 ASTM D 1208/4052/ip385 2 Flash Point, PMCC ?C 80-84 ASTM D 93 3 SIM Dist . Recv . IBP ?C 205-210 ASTM D 2887 4 SIM Dist . Recv % 10 ?C 222 ASTM D 2887 5 SIM Dist . Recv % 20 ?C 224 ASTM D 2887 6 SIM Dist . Recv % 30 ?C 227 ASTM D 2887 7 SIM Dist . Recv % 40 ?C 230 ASTM D 2887 8 SIM Dist . Recv % 50 ?C 232 ASTM D 2887 9 SIM Dist . Recv % 60 ?C 235 ASTM D 2887 10 SIM Dist . Recv % 70 ?C 239 ASTM D 2887 11 SIM Dist . Recv % 80 ?C 246 ASTM D 2887 12 SIM Dist . Recv % 90 ?C 256 ASTM D 2887 13 SIM Dist . Recv % 95 ?C 270 ASTM D 2887 14 Final Boiling Point ( FBP ) %97.8 ? C 293 ASTM D 2887
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
Mill scale, is formed on the outer surfaces of plates, sheets or profiles when they are being produced by rolling hot iron or steel billets in rolling or steel mills. It looks like a hard brittle sand and is mainly composed of iron oxides, mostly ferric, and is bluish black in color. Being produced during the reheating, conditioning and hot rolling operation for the production of steel articles, the mill scale initially adheres to the steel surface and protects it from atmospheric corrosion, provided no break occurs in this coating. From the chemical and physical analysis performed on the scrap, and according to the european environmental rules, the material has been classified as a special non dangerous waste, listed in green list In particular the mill scale can be classified as follows: Einecs (european commission no.): 266-007-8 Waste code: 10 02 10 Basel code: b 12 30 Hs code: 2619.00
Typical Analysis : Physical Aspect: Light reddishbrown hygroscopic powder. PCP :Free Tannins% :70% + 1 Non Tannins%: 20.0% +2.0 Moisture: 8.0% Maximum pH( 1:10 soln.): 4.7-5.3 Ash% : 6.8%+0.5 Insolubles : 0.5%
Potash Feldspar is a naturally occuring Potassium Alumino Silicate rock occurring in pegmatite bodies. Feldspar is used as a flux in ceramic and glass industries. It also adds strength to the body. Feldspar is a rare occurrence of extremely pure mineral free from mica. The chief impurities namely clay, and other foreign matter all occur as fine bodies below one mm. It is used in many industries like Ceramics, Glass Industries, Pottery, Battery, lead-acid automotive, Beverage glass, Fluorescent light, Mirror Plate, ceramic, Polyvinylchloride (PVC) plastic pipe Sink, ceramic Television picture tube, Tile, Sanitary, bulb , tube light etc. Salient Features Best for Ceramic & Sanitary Ware Manufacturing - Application in both Glaze (K2O > 11.5%) & Body (K2O >10.5%) - gives White Firing Colour. Glass Grades - better fluxing from K2O > 10% (total alkalies > 13%), Alumina > 17% for strength, Low Iron Fe2O3 at < 0.5%. High Potash K2O >11% for Flux coated Welding Electrodes.
Soda Feldspar refers to group of Aluminum Silicate of sodium. The chief use of Feldspar is in the Ceramic and Glass Industries. Smaller quantities are used in the manufacturing of Tiles, Whiteware, and Sanitaryware. Other uses of Feldspar include Catalysts, Acid resistant and Decorative Stone as a flux or binding agent in certain scanning Soaps and artificial teeth. In ceramic bodies, the main vitrifying (fluxing) agent is feldspar. The majority of white ware bodies contain good proportions of feldspar. It acts as a flux. In the ceramic industry, the flux is defined as that portion of the body which develops glass phase. This is provided mostly by feldspar. The amount of flux in a ceramic body should be only in such a proportion as to develop the desired amount of vitrification. If excess of flux is added, the fired body becomes very glassy and consequently, brittle. Salient Features It acts as a flux It is the main vitrifying agent in ceramic bodies