Mining Plus is the first manufacturer of the best types of silica in Iran

Mining Plus is the first manufacturer of the best types of silica in Iran

Silica (Silicon dioxide)

A kind of non-metallic minerals is rigid to white, rust-to-dark with a chemical formula of SiO2, and is the most abundant oxide in the earth’s crust.
Pseudo-metallic silica, solid, pale yellow to white, odorless and non-soluble in water. Silica has a high melting point and hardness. There are several crystalline silicates, most commonly quartz. The quartz welding point is 2230 ° C (4046 ° F) and its melting point is 1710 ° C (3110 ° F). The quartz gravity is 2/56.

Silica, in a crystalline form, is gray in color and has metal gloss. It is a relatively neutral element, but it reacts with halogens and alkaline materials, and most acids, with the exception of the combination of nitrite acid and hydroelectric acid, do not affect it. Elemental silica transmits more than 95% of the wavelengths of ultraviolet radiation.

Mining Plus is the first manufacturer of the best types of silica in Iran

Applications and Applications of Silica:

Glass, porcelain, ferrosilite production, ceramics, production of limestone sandstone, casting, sodium production, production of other silica materials, as a semiconductor in the electronics industry and production of silicate glass wool, in glazing, ceramic, casting and Refractory, in paints, plastics, rubber, putty and glue of steel, electrode, sandblast, glass and cement, painting, water purification industry, in controlling the abrasion of water pipes and formulation of glaze and enamel, types of liquid solutions in soap making , Industrial and general cleaners, adhesives, coatings, coatings and paints, casting molds, ore flotation, peroxide stabilization and control In water pipes and …

First class silica grade: In glazing, glaze, chemical industry, silica friable, glass wool
Second degree silica application: In sand casting, sandblasting sand, filtration and refractories
Application of grade three silica: In brick and lime sand, cement and lightweight cement factories …

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *