|Mesh size||80 Mesh|
|Packaging detail||25 Kg Bag|
|Usage/application||water filtration, sand blasting, making of sand paper|
|Bulk Density||ca. 1,9 - 2,2 g/cm3|
|Hardness||ca. 7,5 - 8 mohs|
|Specific Gravity||ca. 3,5 - 4,3 g/cm3|
|Melting Point||ca. 1.300 DegreeC|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
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We offer our clients Garnet Sand which are processed using the best grade silica & other light material and advanced formulation techniques in compliance with the set industry standards.
Garnets are a group of silicate minerals. Garnet species are found in every colour, with reddish shades most common. Garnets are nesosilicates having the general formula X3Y2(SiO4)3. The X site is usually occupied by divalent cations (Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn)2+ and the Y site by trivalent cations (Al, Fe, Cr)3+ in an octahedral/tetrahedral framework with [SiO4]4− occupying the tetrahedra.
Inhalation: Move to fresh air. If experiencing respiratory symptoms (e.g. coughing, shortness of breath, wheezing), call a Poison Center or doctor.
Skin Contact: Wash gently and thoroughly with lukewarm, gently flowing water and mild soap for 5 minutes.
Eye Contact: Immediately rinse the contaminated eye(s) with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 15-20 minutes, while holding the eyelid(s) open. If eye irritation persists, get medical advice/attention.
Ingestion: Never give anything by mouth if the victim is rapidly losing consciousness, or is unconscious or convulsing. Do not induce vomiting. Call a Poison Center or doctor if you feel ill.
Although this product is not classified as an environmentally hazardous material, large or frequent spills may cause potential problems.
Persistence and Degradability- No ingredient of this product or its degradation products is known to be highly persistent.
Bioaccumulative Potential- This product or its degradation products are not known to bioaccumulate.
Mobility in Soil- If released into the environment, this product does not move through the soil.
Precautions for Safe Handling: Avoid generating dusts. Wear personal protective equipment to avoid direct contact with this chemical.
Conditions for Safe Storage: Store in an area that is ‘dry’.
|Packaging Type||25 kg|
Kedia Minerals Products is a professionally managed global player in a business of acquiring processing and marketing Ilmenite Sand for the last 32 years. Based in the region of Jaipur in state of Rajasthan, India,
Ilmenite is a common accessory mineral in igneous rocks, sediments, and sedimentary rocks in many parts of the world. Apollo astronauts found abundant ilmenite in lunar rocks and the lunar regolith. Ilmenite is a black iron-titanium oxide with a chemical composition of FeTiO3. Ilmenite is the primary ore of titanium, a metal needed to make a variety of high-performance alloys. Most of the ilmenite mined worldwide is used to manufacture titanium dioxide, TiO2, an important pigment, whiting, and polishing abrasive.
Most ilmenite forms during the slow cooling of magma chambers and is concentrated through the process of magmatic segregation. A large underground magma chamber can take centuries to cool. As it cools, crystals of ilmenite will begin forming at a specific temperature. These crystals are heavier than the surrounding melt and sink to the bottom of the magma chamber.
This causes ilmenite and similar-temperature minerals, such as magnetite, to accumulate in a layer at the bottom of the magma chamber. These ilmenite-bearing rocks are often gabbro, norite, or anorthosite. Ilmenite also crystallizes in veins and cavities and sometimes occurs as well-formed crystals in pegmatites.
Chemical Composition of Ilmenite
Ilmenite's ideal chemical composition is FeTiO3. However, it often departs from that composition by containing variable amounts of magnesium or manganese. These elements substitute for iron in complete solid solution. A solid solution series exists between ilmenite (FeTiO3) and geikielite (MgTiO3). In this series, variable amounts of magnesium substitutes for iron in the mineral's crystal structure. A second solid solution series exists between ilmenite and pyrophanite (MnTiO3), with manganese substituting for iron. At high temperatures, a third solid solution series exists between ilmenite and hematite (Fe2O3).
Physical Properties of Ilmenite
Ilmenite is a black mineral with a submetallic to metallic luster. With just a glance it can easily be confused with hematite and magnetite. The differentiation is easy. Hematite has a red streak, while ilmenite has a black streak. Magnetite is strongly magnetic, while ilmenite is not magnetic. Occasionally ilmenite is weakly magnetic, possibly from small amounts of included magnetite.
Uses of Ilmenite
Ilmenite is the primary ore of titanium metal. Small amounts of titanium combined with certain metals will produce durable, high-strength, lightweight alloys. These alloys are used to manufacture a wide variety high-performance parts and tools. Examples include: aircraft parts, artificial joints for humans, and sporting equipment such as bicycle frames. About 5% of the ilmenite mined is used to produce titanium metal. Some ilmenite is also used to produce synthetic rutile, a form of titanium dioxide used to produce white, highly reflective pigments. Most of the remaining ilmenite is used to make titanium dioxide, an inert, white, highly reflective material. The most important use of titanium dioxide is as a whiting. Whitings are white, highly reflective materials that are ground to a powder and used as pigments. These pigments produce a white color and brightness in paint, paper, adhesives, plastics, toothpaste, and even food.