Quartz

It is used for: special lenses and prisms and quartz-glass tubes for unlamps laboratory tubes and crucibles glass.

Mica

The platelet particle shape of Mica offers excellent flexural modulus properties, improved heat resistance, electrical properties and mechanical properties.

Talc

Talc, the softest of all minerals is known to everyone because of talcum powder. The softness, flakiness, and stability of talc makes it a desirable substance for many purpose.

Feldspar

In making the body composition of several types of procelain, china and earthenware and also in the preparation of glazes and enamel.

Calcite

Uses: In cements and mortars, production of lime, limestone is used in the steel industry.


Mica

mica

Mica is a mineral which combines in itself so many desirable properties for the qualifications imposed by the electrical industry. The most important property of Mica is its micaceous structure, that is, they have highly perfect basal cleavage which permits it to be split into sheets & films.

Micas commonly occur as flakes, scales, or shreds. Sheet muscovite (white) mica is used in electronic insulators (mainly in vacuum tubes). Ground mica is used in paint, as joint cement, as a dusting agent, in well-drilling mud, and in plastics, roofing, rubber, and welding rods.

The platelet particle shape of Mica offers excellent flexural modulus properties, improved heat resistance, electrical properties and mechanical properties. General reinforcing property and dimensional stability also adds to Mica's advantage. It's major use are in Polyolefins.

Silica  SiO2  41.32%
 Potassium Oxide  K2O  8.31%
 Calcium Oxide  CaO  2.17%
 Magnesium Oxide  MgO  Nil
 pH  pH  7.42
 Alumina  Al2O3  34%
 Ferrous Oxide  FeO  2.04%
 Loss On Ignition  LOI  5.22%


 

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