Limestone Used For Making Glass

17/08/2017

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No.18 SON HA MINERALS CO., LTD

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Natural glass has existed since the dawn of time. It is formed when certain types of rocks melt as a result of high-temperature phenomena such as volcanic eruptions, lightning strikes or the impact of meteorites, and then cool and solidify rapidly.

Glass industry required high limestone (CaCO3: 94.5%) combined CaCO3 and MgCO3 should be 97.5%. Iron and other colouring matter like carbon are regarded as objectionable. Fe2O3 should be up to 0.20% (max.). For colourless glass, limestone should not be more than 0.04%; and for bottle glass Fe2O3 up to 0.05% is used.

No.18  Son Ha Mineral’s Limestone is ideal for the glass industry as it has a high purity with very low levels of undesirables and contaminants that would be detrimental to the glass making process. It has a very low Iron content typically < 0.03% Fe2O3 with high Calcium content in the order of 98.5% CaCO3 and with the added advantage of consistent Magnesium content typically of 1% MgCO3. The Limestone that is produced can have both economic and environmental benefits to the glass producer.

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No.18 Son Ha Minerals Co.,Ltd

Address: Mam Xoi Mountain, Thanh Son Commune, Kim Bang District, Ha Nam Province, VN

Telephone: +84 904 305 458

Fax: +84243.5190937

Hotline: +84 932 222 698/ +84 931 717 698/ +84 934 555 198

Email: export1.shcgroup@gmail.com

Skype: export1.shcgroup

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