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Silica powder grinding mill capacity 5000 ton per month

Silica is an abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust. There are many different varieties of silica, several of which are semi-precious gemstones. Throughout the world, varieties of silica have been, since antiquity, the most commonly used minerals in the making of jewelry and hardstone carvings. Silica is the source of many silicon compounds such as silicones (e.g. high performance polymers), silicon (e.g. microelectronics), and many other compounds of commercial importance. Silica in the form of sand is reduced by carbothermic reaction as a first step in these energy-intensive processes. Owing to its high thermal and chemical stability and abundance, silica is widely used in many large-scale applications related to abrasives, foundry materials, ceramics, and cements.

Silica powder grinding mill is a new type machine to grind Silica ore into super thin Powder. The final Powder size can be from 5micron to 47micron as per 97% passing rate.

Silica powder grinding mill is mainly applied to non-inflammable, non-explosive and brittle materials with Mohs’ hardness scale under seven, such as calcite, chalk, limestone, dolomite, carbon black, bentonite, kaolin, talc, mica, magnesite, illite, pyrophyllite , roseite, sea-foam, attapulgite , rectorite, diatomite, barite, gypsum, alunite, graphite, fluorite,  rock phosphate, kalium ore, pumice etc. totally more than 100 kinds of materials.

Finished powder products are in the 325meshs -3000meshs, and yield can be up to 0.5-12 tons per hour. There are five types of Shanghai CLIRIK HGM series Silica powder grinding mill; they are HGM80, HGM90, HGM100, HGM100A and HGM125.

Many industries and manufacturers commonly use silica powders alone or in combination with other ingredients. The mineral has moisture absorbing and thickening properties. These characteristics make silica useful in construction materials, cosmetics, and some foods.
Silica is one of the most common minerals on the planet. It is a component of sand and quartz along with other minerals. Manufacturers obtain natural silica by mining and grind the substance into granules or fine powders. Some companies make synthetic silica, but both types commonly start with silica sand. Both natural and synthetic silica powders are frequently found in non-food products. Microscopic diatoms, which are hard-shelled skeletal remains of single celled plants, also contain silica dioxide. Quartz powders or glass powders are silica sand heated to extreme temperatures and melted.  Some cleansers and detergents contain silica powders. Silica cosmetics contain the silky translucent powder to absorb skin oils.

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