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Arihant Minerals

Bhilwara, Rajasthan
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"Arihant Minerals" have firmly positioned itself as one of the booming Natural Minerals Exporters and Minerals Suppliers based in India. We have been into the manufacturing of high quality minerals such as Barytes, Wholesale Calcite, White China Clay, Dolomite, Feldspar, Mica Powder, Mineral Quartz, Talc etc derived from the well reputed quarries using advanced technology machines. Infrastructure: Our sound infrastructure with all the state-of-the-art facilities equipped along with latest machinery and equipments include pulverisers, roller mills, ball mills with coating plant to process different kind of minerals. The vast storage area of our warehouse is segmented in a proper manner that helps us keep a track of our incoming and outgoing stock. Regular developments & R&D are being done to produce value added products which can really help our clients in lowering their production cost with better quality results.+ Read More

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Mica Blocks are available in a wide range of sizes like ruby mica blocks, green mica blocks and can be cut according to the specifications required by the clients. We employ a team of highly skilled technicians who manually grade and cut the mica blocks to ensure zero-defects in the finished product. These blocks are fabricated into a myriad range of products having numerous applications in diversified fields. The dressed sheets of mica with a minimum thickness of each sheet 0.18mm (0.007 inch) is called Mica Blocks. It is graded according to the quality as Clear(CC), Clear & Slightly Stained(CL&SS), Fairly Stained(FS), Good Stained(GS), Heavily Stained(HS) and Densely Stained(DS). Mica sheets are available in irregular shapes due to natural occurrence and are obtained in between the area range of 4.8 sq.cm to 650 sq.cm (0.75 sq. inch to 100 & up sq. inch). Average sheet thickness of each mica blocks varies in between 0.18 to 0.40 mm (0.007 inch to 0.016 inch).

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We supply and export high quality Mica Products. Our Wet Ground Mica Powder and Dry Ground Mica Powder are tPaint, Plastics, Tire mold release, Cosmetics, Fire Extinguishers, Joint Compounds, Gypsum boards, Brake linings and Welding rods manufacturers settled in different parts of the world constantly appreciate the good quality of our Mica Products.he rage in the Mica Industry.

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Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust, after feldspar. It is made up of a continuous framework of SiO4 silicon–oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra, giving an overall formula SiO2.
There are many different varieties of quartz, several of which are semi-precious gemstones. Especially in Europe and the Middle East, varieties of quartz have been since antiquity the most commonly used minerals in the making of jewelry and hardstone carvings.
The word "quartz" is derived from the German word "Quarz" and its Middle High German ancestor "twarc", which probably originated in Slavic (cf. Czech tvrdý ("hard"), Polish twardy ("hard")).

Major Varieties of Quartz

Chalcedony

Cryptocrystalline quartz and moganite mixture. The term is generally only used for white or lightly colored material. Otherwise more specific names are used.

Agate

Multi-colored, banded chalcedony, semi-translucent to translucent

Onyx

Agate where the bands are straight, parallel and consistent in size.

Jasper

Opaque cryptocrystalline quartz, typically red to brown

Aventurine

Translucent chalcedony with small inclusions (usually mica) that shimmer.

Tiger's Eye

Fibrous gold to red-brown colored quartz, exhibiting chatoyancy.

Rock crystal

Clear, colorless

Amethyst

Purple, transparent

Citrine

Yellow to reddish orange to brown, greenish yellow

Prasiolite

Mint green, transparent

Rose quartz

Pink, translucent, may display diasterism

Rutilated quartz

Contains acicular (needles) inclusions of rutile

Milk quartz

White, translucent to opaque, may display diasterism

Smoky quartz

Brown to gray, opaque

Carnelian

Reddish orange chalcedony, translucent

Dumortierite quartz

Contains largeamounof dumortierite crystals

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Feldspars (KAlSi3O8 – NaAlSi3O8 – CaAl2Si2O8) are a group of rock-forming tectosilicate minerals that make up as much as 60% of the Earth's crust.

Feldspars crystallize from magma in both intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks, as veins, and are also present in many types of metamorphic rock. Rock formed almost entirely of calcic plagioclase feldspar (see below) is known as anorthosite.Feldspars are also found in many types of sedimentary rock.

Feldspar is a common raw material used in glassmaking, ceramics, and to some extent as a filler and extender in paint, plastics, and rubber. In glassmaking, alumina from feldspar improves product hardness, durability, and resistance to chemical corrosion. In ceramics, the alkalis in feldspar (calcium oxide, potassium oxide, and sodium oxide) act as a flux, lowering the melting temperature of a mixture. Fluxes melt at an early stage in the firing process, forming a glassy matrix that bonds the other components of the system together. In the US, about 66% of feldspar is consumed in glassmaking, including glass containers and glass fiber. Pottery (including electrical insulators, sanitaryware, tableware, and tile) and other uses, such as fillers, accounted for the remainder.

In earth sciences and archaeology, feldspars are used for K-Ar dating, argon-argon dating, thermoluminescence dating, and optical dating.

In October 2012, the Mars Curiosity rover analyzed a rock that turned out to have a high feldspar content.

List of countries by feldspar production:Rank

Country/Region

Feldspar production

(tonnes)

World

20,875,000

1

Italy

4,700,000

2

Turkey

4,478,000

3

China

2,400,000

4

Thailand

1,041,000

5

United States

690,000

6

Iran

655,000

7

Spain

650,000

7

France

650,000

8

Japan

600,000

9

Poland

550,000

10

India

542,000

11

Czech Republic

407,000

12

South Korea

384,000

13

Mexico

383,000

14

Malaysia

380,000

15

Argentina

220,000

16

Egypt

210,000

17

Vietnam

200,000

18

Portugal

180,000

19

Ukraine

179,000

20

Algeria

160,000

20

Russia

160,000

21

Germany

150,000

22

Brazil

120,000

23

South Africa

101,000

24

Australia

94,000

25

Colombia

85,000

26

Bulgaria

80,000

27

Ecuador

60,000

28

Venezuela

57,000

29

Sri Lanka

53,000

30

Morocco

44,000

31

Saudi Arabia

40,000

32

Sweden

30,000

33

Finland

26,000

34

Indonesia

26,000

35

Norway

25,000

36

Macedonia

25,000

37

Pakistan

23,000

38

Philippines

22,000

39

Peru

12,000

40

Greece

10,000

41

Chile

8,000

42

Guatemala

8,000

43

Uzbekistan

4,000

44

Romania

4,000

45

Cuba

3,000

46

Jordan

3,000

47

Uruguay

1,000

48

United Kingdom

500

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Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). Many limestones are composed from skeletal fragments of marine organisms such as coral or foraminifera.

Limestone makes up about 10% of the total volume of all sedimentary rocks. The solubility of limestone in water and weak acid solutions leads to karst landscapes, in which water erodes the limestone over thousands to millions of years. Most cave systems are through limestone bedrock.

Limestone has numerous uses: as a building material, as aggregate for the base of roads, as white pigment or filler in products such as toothpaste or paints, and as a chemical feedstock.

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Garnets /ˈɡɑrnət/ are a group of silicate minerals that have been used since the Bronze Age as gemstones and abrasives.

Garnets possess similar physical properties and crystal forms but different chemical compositions. The different species are pyrope, almandine, spessartine, grossular (varieties of which are hessonite or cinnamon-stone and tsavorite), uvarovite and andradite. The garnets make up two solid solution series: pyrope-almandine-spessarite and uvarovite-grossular-andradite.

Properties

Garnet species are found in many colors including red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black, pink and colorless. The rarest of these is the blue garnet, discovered in the late 1990s in Bekily, Madagascar. It is also found in parts of the United States, Russia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Turkey. It changes color from blue-green in the daylight to purple in incandescent light, as a result of the relatively high amounts of vanadium (about 1 wt.% V2O3). Other varieties of color-changing garnets exist. In daylight, their color ranges from shades of green, beige, brown, gray, and blue, but in incandescent light, they appear a reddish or purplish/pink color. Because of their color-changing quality, this kind of garnet is often mistaken for Alexandrite.

 

A sample showing the deep red color garnet can exhibit.

Garnet species' light transmission properties can range from the gemstone-quality transparent specimens to the opaque varieties used for industrial purposes as abrasives. The mineral's luster is categorized as vitreous (glass-like) or resinous (amber-like).

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