Anthracite-bentonite is a hardy combination for the removal of contaminants from spills and waste streams
Hematite and magnetite are mostly known as sources of iron, but an array of use cases are found when they’re used in soils.
Without tundishes, production of cast metal products would be inefficient and more costly. Through the use of refractory-lined tundishes, the process of metal casting is greatly enhanced.
Hematite finds uses beyond the blast furnace: as an essential component in some modern drilling fluids for oil and gas drilling, the exploration industry highly values hematite for its performance characteristics, high purity and low cost.
Moving towards a more environmentally and economically responsible method of anthracite calcination has many features making it well suited to industrial use.
Some important properties of feldspar is the alumina and alkali content. Thus they have many applications in the paint, glass, and ceramic industries.
Yellow ochre (limonite), a hydrated form of iron oxide hydroxide, is a naturally occurring ore of iron with uses beyond pigments.
Glass powder isn’t just good for making new glass - it also has applications in the furnaces used to make glass and beyond.
Magnetite has many applications beyond iron and steel, here we look at its applications in coatings, pigments and dyes, recording media and in the Fischer-Tropsch process.
Magnetite is a common ore of iron, is the most magnetic of all the naturally occurring minerals in nature and has many uses and applications beyond the production of iron and steel.