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Raw Material: Calcite
Country Of Client: Brazil
Calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill has low dust pollution, high fineness and high production efficiency for customer sites in Brazil.live chat
The Brazilian customer is located in the state of Minas Gerais, which is rich in calcite mineral resources. They wanted to see if these calcite mineral resources could bring them profits.
Brazilian customers found us by searching for “calcite processing equipment.” Our sales manager learned about the customer’s situation and introduced the customer in detail about calcite, calcite application fields, calcite grinding and processing equipment, calcite production line, and processing site area.
After our introduction, the customer also conducted market research himself, which was basically consistent with what we said. He thought we were very sincere and responsible, so he ordered the HGM series calcite grinding mill from us. This is a photo of our installation site.
Calcite is a carbonate mineral and the most stable polymorph of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). It is a common mineral that can be found in a variety of geological environments and is often a major component in sedimentary rocks like limestone, marble, and chalk. Calcite crystals come in various forms, including rhombohedra, prisms, and scalenohedra.
Here are some key characteristics and information about calcite:
Chemical Composition: Calcite is composed of calcium (Ca), carbon (C), and oxygen (O). Its chemical formula is CaCO3.
Crystal System: The crystal structure of calcite is trigonal, and it belongs to the hexagonal crystal system.
Color: Calcite can occur in various colors, including colorless, white, gray, yellow, green, blue, orange, red, brown, and black. The color is often influenced by impurities present in the crystal structure.
1. Construction Industry: Calcite is used as a building material in the form of limestone and marble.
2. Agriculture: It is used as a soil conditioner to neutralize acidic soils.
3. Industry: Calcite is used in the manufacturing of cement, glass, and ceramics.
4. Chemical Industry: It is used in the production of calcium oxide (lime) and various chemicals.
5. Decorative Purposes: Polished calcite specimens, particularly those of colorful varieties, are used in jewelry and as decorative stones.
6. Optical Properties: Calcite exhibits birefringence, meaning it can split a ray of light into two rays, each traveling at a different speed. This property is exploited in optical devices like polarizing microscopes.
Calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill is a special equipment for processing fine powder and ultrafine powder. Calcite ultrafine grinders are designed to grind materials into extremely fine particles, typically in the 325-1250 mesh range.
Here are some features and characteristics commonly associated with the Calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill:
1.High Efficiency: The calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill is designed to achieve high efficiency in grinding and processing ultrafine powders.
2. Multi-stage Grinding: The HGM series calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill often employs multi-stage grinding to produce fine and ultrafine powders.
3. Environmental Protection: It usually incorporates advanced dust removal and noise reduction measures to comply with environmental standards.
4. Adjustable Fineness: Users can adjust the fineness of the finished product according to their specific requirements.
5. High Safety and Reliability: The calcite powder grinding equipment is designed with safety features to ensure the reliability of the grinding process.
6. Easy Maintenance: The design often incorporates features that make maintenance and servicing relatively straightforward.
7. Adjustable Fineness: Users can adjust the fineness of the finished product according to their specific requirements.
8. Wide Range of Application: The calcite ultrafine powder grinding mill is versatile and can be used to grind various non-flammable and non-explosive materials with Mohs hardness below 6.such as calcite, chalk, limestone, dolomite, kaolin, bentonite, talc, mica, magnesite, illite, pyrophyllite, vermiculite, sepiolite, attapulgite, etc.