SODIUM FELDSPAR

CRUSHED

SODIUM FELDSPAR (ALBITE) MINERAL
“Feldspar ore, which is abundant in the earth’s crust, is frequently used in industrial processes subjected to high cooking temperature due to alkali and alumina content. Sodium feldspar (Albite) is a calcium-free member of the plagioclase group, and its formula is NaAlSi308. Albite, providing alumina additive and its flux effect, reduces the vitrification temperature in ceramic, glass and fiber production. It gives hardness, durability and resistance against chemical corrosion to the product. Sodium feldspar ore, one of the important raw materials of ceramic and glass industry, is produced from rich feldspar deposits in Mugla and Aydin region. It is presented as a raw material at crushed and floated particle sizes, in various qualities.”

The above mentioned grain sizes are standard values and different grain sizes can be produced upon request.

FLOATED

SODIUM FELDSPAR(ALBITE) Mineral

Feldspar ore, which is abundant in the earth’s crust, is frequently used in industrial processes subjected to high cooking temperature due to alkali and alumina content. Sodium feldspar (Albite) is a calcium-free member of the plagioclase group, and its formula is NaAlSi308.

Albite, providing alumina additive and its flux effect, reduces the vitrification temperature in ceramic, glass and fiber production. It gives hardness, durability and resistance against chemical corrosion to the product.

Sodium feldspar ore, one of the important raw materials of ceramic and glass industry, is produced from rich feldspar deposits in Mugla and Aydin region. It is presented as a raw material at crushed and floated particle sizes, in various qualities.

QUARTZ

MICRONIZED

QUARTZ MINERAL
Quartz is a rock composed of molecules of silicon and oxygen atoms and held together in a crystal form. The quartz formula is SiO2, which contains 46.5% Si and 53.3% O2 in pure state. It is one of the most abundant mineral in the earth crust. It has a hardness of 7 in the Mohs scale, a specific gravity of 2.65 gr/cm3, a melting temperature of 1785 °C. Quartz mineral is mostly found in magmatic rocks. It was formed by sedimentation or metamorphism. Quartz used in the industrial field are often white, semi-translucent or translucent in color with very little foreign matter.

Quartz ore, an important raw material of ceramics, glass and composite stones, is produced from rich quartz deposits in Mugla and Aydin regions. It is presented in crushed, granulated and ground particle sizes in various qualities.

The above mentioned grain sizes are standard values and different grain sizes can be produced upon request.