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Chrome Oxide Green

Chrome Oxide Green

We are one of the eminent names of the business, which engage in the trade, supply and export of Chrome Oxide Green. Offered inorganic compound is procured from our leading vendors, who use pure ingredients for the preparation process. Vastly used in paints, inks, and glasses, the chemical is insoluble in water, alcohol, acetone and acids as well.

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Kaolinite

Kaolinite

We manufacture kaolinite, Kaolin Powder and calcined kaolin for many industries with good witness form 90 to 94 % and highest purity. we have modern washing plant, with the good infrastructure we export to various countries like the middle east, far east, Africa, Europe etc we maintain customer satisfaction and delivery on time is our first priority.

Kaolin China Clay

Kaolin China Clay

Kaolin falls under Kaolinite group of clays. It is naturally occurring Hydrated Aluminium Silicate having the usual composition Al203 2Sio2 2H2O & is formed by alteration of Felsphthic Rock. The important properties are that it has good plasticity, does not swell in water, withstand high temperature & it is a non-conductor of heat & electricity. This product may be used in Paints, Ceramic, and Paper etc.

Feldspar

Feldspar

One of the most important materials for medium and high-temperature ceramic glazes. It supplies potash, alumina, silica and often some magnesia and calcium to the glaze. Potash feldspars are not usually as pure and white as soda spars. A feldspar is called 'potash' if there is more sodium than potassium. There are no real deposits that have the theoretical 17% K2O, none are even close to this, they have a mix of potassium and sodium.

Glazes high in feldspar (35% or more) are likely to produce crazing problems. 'Flux saturated' glazes with more than 50% feldspar may be unbalanced and lack adequate glass former or alumina

GRADE: Sodium used in CERAMICS
Soda Feldspar is generally a clean white mineral which sources sodium, alumina, and silica along with some potassium and calcium. Albite mineral from which soda feldspar is derived often tends to be white in appearance compared with the pinkish hue of orthoclase mineral from which potash feldspar is ground. It begins melting around 800C.

In many cases, soda and potash feldspar are interchangeable in glaze recipes. However, some differences will be apparent. For example, slightly different color responses will be encountered (i.e. cobalt tends toward purple copper toward blue with soda spar). Sometimes colors will be brighter with soda feldspar. In addition, soda spar has a higher coefficient of expansion and melts earlier and has a shorter range before it begins to volatilize.

Because sodium has the highest expansion of all oxides and because soda feldspar is high in this oxide, glazes with a lot of soda spar tend to craze. Thus, if any glaze recipe has more than 30% soda feldspar, it is wise to test carefully to assure the glaze is not in tension.

Manganese Dioxide

Manganese Dioxide

Cubic green crystals that are insoluble in water but soluble in acids

It is a naturally occurring mineral, blackish brown in color and has purity ranging from 60% MnO2 upto 85% MnO2 after processing. It is widely used in the manufacture of dry cell battery, colorings glass and concrete, matchbox, catalyst and as a factory reagent

Hausmannite

Hausmannite

Manganese(II,III) oxide is the chemical compound with formula Mn3O4. Manganese is present in two oxidation states +2 and +3 and the formula is sometimes written as MnO.Mn2O3. Mn3O4is found in nature as the mineral hausmannite.

Hausmannite - a mineral consisting of manganese tetroxide; a source of manganese atomic number 25, manganese, Mn - a hard brittle grey polyvalent metallic element that resembles iron but is not magnetic; used in making steel; occurs in many minerals

Mineral - solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition

Magnetite

Magnetite

Magnetite is ferrimagnetic mineral with chemical formula Fe3O4, one of several iron oxidesand a member of the spinel group. The chemical IUPAC name is iron (II,III) oxide and the common chemical name is ferrous-ferric oxide. The formula for magnetite may also be It is black or brownish-black with a metallic luster, has a Mohs hardness of 5–6 and a black streak.

Uses:Fertilizers, Paints , High Density Concrete , Functional filler for Polymer & Rubber , foundry sand , welding Electrodes, Catalyst other uses
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