We sell high quality feldspar for all industrial purposes. contact us and we will be pleased to send you samples and minerals laboratory reports for your kind consideration.
Feldspar is the name of a group of rock-forming minerals which make up as much as 60% of the Earth's crust. Feldspar is mainly used in the manufacture of Glass, Pottery, Ceramics, Vitrified enamels, Special Electrical porcelain, Wind Plates and Opalescent glass as well as glassware. In Ceramic Industry, Feldspar is used both in the body and glaze for Chinaware and Our Feldspar is also used as binding agent in the manufacture of abrasives.
|SiO2 as Silicon dioxide||66.50 ~ 68.55||66.00 ~ 68.55|
|TiO2 as Titanium dioxide||0.01 ~ 0.019||0.01 ~ 0.02|
|Al2O3 as Aluminium oxide||17.20 ~ 18.00||17.20 ~ 18.50|
|Fe2O3 as Iron (III) oxide||0.08 ~ 0.20||0.08 ~ 0.20|
|CaO as Calcium oxide||0.14 ~ 0.35||0.12 ~ 0.30|
|MgO as Magnesium oxide||0.1 ~ 0.25||0.12 ~ 0.20|
|K2O as Potassium oxideK2O as
|10.50 ~ 12.00||10.50 ~ 11.50|
|Na2O as Sodium oxideNa2O as
|2.40 ~ 3.00||2.40 ~ 3.50|
|LOI ( 1000 Degress )||0.10 ~ 0.50||0.10 ~ 0.50|
|Mositure||Below 1% Max||Below 0.05% Max|
We manufacture, supply, and export high quality Quartz [Silica Powder]. our Quartz [Silica Powder] is used in all leading industrial uses. Quartz is mainly used in Glass, Ceramic (Whiteware), Foundry, Water Filteration, Oil Well Drilling, Semi-conductor, Ferro-Silicon Metal, Electrode etc.
|Silica Oxide SiO2||99.75%||99.25%|
|Alumina Oxide Al2O3||0.18%||0.10%|
|Ferric Oxide Fe2O3||0.02%||0.06%|
|Titanium Oxide TiO2||Nil||Nil|
|Calcium Oxide CaO||Nil||Nil|
|Sodium Oxide Na2O||Nil||Nil|
|Potash Oxide K2O||Nil||Nil|
|Loss on Ignition||0.08%||0.05 %|
|Packing||50Kgs/1000Kgs||Loose in Bulk|
SVR Mines and Minerals is a large scale manufacturer and exporter of various stone products in Tandur India. We are having our own mines & Quarries. Our core Business comes from manufacturing and exporting of Tandur stone. We carry extensive quality products line that involves all kinds of stone tiles, slabs, cut to size, counter tops, vanity tops, etc Tandur is known for its blue & yellow coloured limestone and Yellow Lentils (Popularly known as Toor Dall); it is the main producer and distributor for blue limestone which can be used for flooring, wall cladding and slabs.
Bentonite is a highly colloidal clay mineral which gets its name from the place where presence and usages were first discovered – Fort Benton, America. The multiple properties of bentonite namely hydration, swelling, water absorption, viscosity, thixotropy make it a multi-application product for diverse industries. Primarily two varieties of bentonite are available - sodium bentonite (high swelling, gelling and thermal durability) and calcium bentonite (more commonly available worldwide but with less swelling).
|Sl No.||CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BENTONITE|
Bentonite has high swelling properties along with good viscosity and liquid limit. These properties are highly valued in most of the industrial applications. Sodium bentonite is well suited as a binder in the preparation of pellets, and in foundry and oil - well drilling mud. Bentonite also acts as a suspending agent in oil - well drilling fluids. Bentonite exhibits good green strength along with high hot and dry strength which helps in preventing moulds from breaking or cracking during the pouring or cooling processs in the foundry industry. Owing to high green strength resulting from its property to absorb and then release moisture, bentonite is used in iron ore pelletisation. Sodium-based bentonite of 75 mm size finds suitability in iron ore pelletisation for bonding by user industries. Bentonite has also remarkable colloidal and waterproofing properties. Bentonite gels are used as a carrier for a number of cosmetic preparations, toothpastes, creams, etc. Bentonite is also used in chemical, rubber, insecticide & pesticide industries and in civil construction works. Bentonite in the form of fine powder free from dirt and other foreign matter and of least swelling property is used in ceramic industry.
Dolomite was named for the French mineralogist Deodat de Dolomieu. The mineral dolomite is commonly found in deposits of a sedimentary rock called dolostone. There are two types of materials often called dolomite, a true chemically uniform calcium magnesium carbonate with the chemical formula CaMg(CO3)2, and a dolomite limestone, which is just an irregular mixture of calcium and magnesium carbonates.
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