Backed by rich industry experience and knowledge, we are involved in processing, exporting and supplying premium quality Industrial Minerals. Processed using the finest quality ingredients, these are available in various mixes and forms. The offered minerals are well-known among clients due to their safe use, highly effective nature, rich content and purity. The offered range is processed with high precision in order to meet the international quality standards. In addition to this, these are provided to our valuable clients at the most affordable prices.
|Packaging Type||PP Bag|
|Packaging Size||20-30 Kg|
|Packaging Size||25 kg|
|Packaging Type||Box, Packet|
|Packaging Size||25-50 Kg|
|Volatile Matter||0.50 %|
|Packaging Size||5-20 kg|
|Packaging Size||5-15 kg|
|Packaging Type||HDPE Bag|
|Zirconox Macro Media Are Available in Following Sizes|
|Type of Zirconox Macro Milling Media||Available Sizes (In mm)||Shapes|
|Uniaxial pressed sphere with ridge / band at centre||Dia 6, 8, 10, 12.5|
|Iso pressed sphere with ring at top||Dia 16, 21, 26, 31|
|Packaging Type||PP Bag|
|Packaging Size||25-50 kg|
Bentonite is used in drilling fluids to lubricate and cool the cutting tools, to remove cuttings, and to help prevent blowouts. Much of bentonite's usefulness in the drilling andgeotechnical engineering industry comes from its unique rheological properties. Relatively small quantities of bentonite suspended in water form a viscous, shear-thinning material. Most often, bentonite suspensions are also thixotropic, although rare cases of rheopectic behavior have also been reported. At high enough concentrations (about 60 grams of bentonite per litre of suspension), bentonite suspensions begin to take on the characteristics of a gel (a fluid with a minimum yield strength required to make it move). So, it is a common component of drilling mud used to curtail drilling fluid invasion by its propensity for aiding in the formation of mud cake.
Bentonite has been widely used as a foundry-sand bond in iron and steel foundries. Sodium bentonite is most commonly used for large castings that use dry molds, while calcium bentonite is more commonly used for smaller castings that use "green" or wet molds. Bentonite is also used as a binding agent in the manufacture of iron ore (taconite) pellets as used in the steelmaking industry. Bentonite, in small percentages, is used as an ingredient in commercially designed clay bodies and ceramic glazes. Bentonite clay is also used in pyrotechnics to make end plugs and rocket engine nozzles.
Bentonites are used for decolorizing various mineral, vegetable, and animal oils. They are also used for clarifying cider, and vinegar.
Bentonite has the property of adsorbing relatively large amounts of protein molecules from aqueous solutions. Consequently, bentonite is uniquely useful in the process of winemaking, where it is used to remove excessive amounts of protein from white Were it not for this use of bentonite, many or most white would precipitate undesirable flocculent clouds or hazes upon exposure to warm temperatures, as these proteins denature. It also has the incidental use of inducing more rapid clarification of both red and white.
Bentonite is used in a variety of pet care items such as cat litter to absorb the odor and surround the feces. It is also used to absorb oils and grease.
The application of clay technology by farmers in northeast Thailand, using bentonite clay, has dramatically reversed soil degradation and resulted in greater economic returns, with higher yields and higher output prices. Studies carried out by The International Water Management Institute and partners in 2002–2003 focused on the application of locally sourced bentonite clays to degraded soils in the region. These applications were carried out in structured field trials. Applying bentonite clays effectively improved yields of forage sorghum grown under rain-fed conditions.
Bentonite application also influenced the prices that farmers received for their crops. Production costs are higher, but due to more production and the quality of the food, clay farmers could afford to invest and grow more and better food, compared to nonclay-using farmers.