Gypsum powder, also known as hydrous calcium sulfate, is a white gypsum powder produced by heating gypsum stone.
Fly ash powder is a fine powder produced as a byproduct whenever pulverized coal is burned in power plants for electricity generation.
Bentonite powder is generated frequently from the alteration of volcanic ash, consisting predominantly of steatite minerals, usually montmorillonite.
Calcium oxide, also known as burnt lime or lime stone powder, is a natural compound that is widely used. At room temperature, it is a corrosive, white, alkaline, crystalline solid.
Dolomite Powder is used for a variety of purposes, including steelmaking converter inner refractory, slagging agent, cement raw materials, glass flux, ceramics, fertilizer, construction and decoration with stone and paint, insecticide, and medicine.
Numerous varieties of metamorphic rocks contain Feldspar Powder, which also forms magma as intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks. Anorthosite is a type of rock composed almost completely of calcic plagioclase feldspar.
Calcite powder is one of the most often used minerals because of its distinct features. Many industries, including the chemical, pharmaceutical, and material sectors, have a strong demand for fine powder