Dunite, the parent rock of Magnesite contains 33%-49% of MgO and 35%-39% of SiO2. It is dark Grey to Olive Green in color
Magnesite is a mineral with the chemical formula MgCO3 (Magnesium Carbonate). Raw magnesite forms as a white, gray or brown porous crystal and in its purest forms, the mineral contains nearly 50 percent Magnesium
Magnesite is an important material in modern manufacturing processes
Silica Quartz is one of the most popular mineral on the face of earth. It is also one of the most important of various rocks. It is found is all mineral environments.
Silica Quartz is available in Lumps, Grits and Powder
Silica Sand is quartz that over time, through the work of water and wind, has been broken down into tiny granules.
Commercial Silica Sand is widely used as a proppant by companies involved in oil and natural gas recovery in conventional and unconventional resource plays. The resource is also used in industrial processing to make everyday items such as glass, construction materials, personal care products, electronics, and even renewable materials.
Specialist building applications
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Talc or Soapstone is widely used in various industrial applications. The important properties of Talc are its chemical inertness, high dielectric strength, high thermal conductivity, low electrical conductivity and Oil & Grease absorption. Talc is practically insoluble in water and in weak acids. Talc is neither explosive nor flammable.
Talc/Soapstone is available in Lumps & Powder
Barite – or Barium Sulphate (BaSO4) is the primary naturally occurring barium based mineral
Barite is an inert mineral. It is a heavy mineral having a specific gravity of 4.5 theoretically and its principal use is in the manufacture of oil well drilling fluids. In practice the material used in drilling fluids runs between 4.10 and 4.25 specific gravity.
Fluorspar or Fluorite is a mineral composed of calcium fluoride (CaF2).
Fluorspar is recognised as a strategic mineral and is mined for the production of Calcium Fluoride (CaF2).
Fluorspar comes in a wide range of colors. The most common colors are purple, blue, green, yellow, or colorless. Less common are pink, red, white, brown, black, and nearly every shade in between