Silica Powder

Particles up to 150 micrometers in diameter of silica powder make up the finely divided, high-purity form of crystalline silica. By crushing, grinding, or ball milling crystalline silica produces flour (fine powder). Construction and pharmaceuticals use silica flour as an abrasive additive in soaps, skin care products, toothpaste, and paints, and as a filler. They use it in plumbing, production of glass, ceramics, porcelain, tiles, and clay.

Production and Uses

Silica Flour is used as Industrial Raw Materials with other industrial raw material products such as Calcium Carbonate, Limestone, Aggregate, Quicklime, Talc, Volcanic Rock, and Abrasives. For thousands of years until the present day, many of the products that we use make use of silicon earth since it is a key ingredient. Quartz flour produces more solid and less permeable cement, especially for high-temperature applications. The production of sand fillers is simple, as it includes only washing and classification in large marks as a maximum. Since sand has a slight porosity, its specific surface is extremely small. Producing hammer sand is similar, except that it includes shredding. It’s easy to tell by a microscope because it has the wrong grains.

Many industries use quartz sand, one of the most important materials resulting in pure quartz sand. This is one of the most important products in the next stage. Extract the sand by the latest means and methods, from removing all layers to quartz sand. Facilitating the screening process and the separation of impurities, they place quartz sand on a flat surface and expose it to sunlight to dry. To separate silica material and some minerals using state-of-the-art devices, equipment, and laboratories until the purity of silica exceeds 98%. The market needs some sizes of silica, it turns out.

Silica powder benefits

1- Increasing concrete strength

2- Significantly improve concrete durability

3- Low permeability

4- Sulfate resistance

5- High initial and final resistance.

6- Better resistance to abrasion or mechanical wear.

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