Lettre d'information

Industries › Mineral 

Industrial minerals are geological materials which are mined for their commercial value, which are not fuel and are not sources of metals (metallic minerals). They are used in their natural state or after beneficiation either as raw materials or as additives in a wide range of applications. Typical examples of industrial rocks and minerals are limestone, clays, sand, gravel, diatomite, kaolin, bentonite, silica, barite, gypsum, and talc. Some examples of applications for industrial minerals are construction, ceramics, paints, electronics, filtration, plastics, glass, detergents and paper.

   Back to Brands List

Club Membership

Email:

  

Password:

  

If you're sure that this is your account, please enter your email address. We'll send you an email to reset your password...



Upcoming Events

The 6th International Exhibition of ceme...
The 6th International Exhibition of cement, Concrete, Manufacturing Technologies & related Machineries

The International Exhibition of Cement, Concrete, Manufacturing technologies and Associated Machineries is held with more than 80 domestic and foreign companies from Islamic Republic of Iran, Turkey, India, China, Russia, UAE and Italy in an area of ​​over 4800 square meters. Concurrently with ...

Newsletter

To receive our newsletter please enter your email address: