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Zeolite Powder can be divided into Natural Zeolite Powder and Zeolite powder feed grade etc. Application: Detergent industry producing perfumed soap, laundry soap and whiten soap ...
The pearlite most prominent physical property is its expansibility, it fires the product to become the expanded pearlite. White granular (internal honeycomb structure), nontoxic, ...
Borax′s Alias: Ten water sodium tetraborate boric acid coin sodium pyroborate borax. Ten water borax. Molecular formula Na2B4O7.10H2O. Colorless translucent crystal or white ...
Mica main crystallize monoclinic system, crystal appears pseudo-hexagonal thin flakes, scaly shape, plate type, and sometimes showed a pseudo-hexagonal columnar shape. Most used in ...
Fluorite

Fluorite is also named fluorspar, it is a common halide mineral, it is a compound, which was composed of calcium fluoride, and it is an important extraction fluoride ...
Graphite can be divided into Micro-powder Graphite/High-purity Graphite/Natural Flake Graphite/Expandable Graphite. It is widely used in metallurgical industries such as refractory ...
Gypsum powder is one of the five gel material, in the national economy plays an important role, widely used in construction, building materials, industrial molds and arts moxing, ...
Bentonite is an absorbent aluminium phyllosilicate, generally impure clay consisting mostly of montmorillonite. There are different types of bentonites and their names depend on ...
Kaolin is a kaolinite sub-group mineral as the main component of the soft clay minerals and non-clay mineral types. Kaolinite mainly by tiny flakes smaller than 2μ M or tubular ...
Dolomite is a kind of carbonate which has been widely used in many industry departments such as metallurgy, building material and chemical, it is used as fireproof material in ...

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Main Products: Dolomite, Zeolite Powder, Bentonite, Kaolin, Gypsum, Mica, Perlite, Magnesium Chloride, Fluorite, Graphite