Calcium Carbonate

Calcium carbonate, or CaCO3, comprises more than 4% of the earth’s crust and is found throughout the world.  Its most common natural forms are chalk, limestone, and marble, produced by the sedimentation of the shells of small fossilized snails, shellfish, and coral over millions of years.  Although all three forms are identical in chemical terms, they differ in many other respects, including purity, whiteness, thickness and homogeneity.  Calcium carbonate is one of the most useful and versatile materials known to man.

Calcium Oxide Powder

Calcium oxide (CaO), commonly known as quicklime or burnt lime, is a widely used chemical compound. It is a white, caustic, alkaline, crystalline solid at room temperature. The broadly used term lime connotes calcium-containing inorganic materials, in which carbonates, oxides and hydroxides of calcium, silicon, magnesium, aluminium, and iron predominate. By contrast, quicklime specifically applies to the single chemical compound calcium oxide. Calcium oxide that survives processing without reacting in building products such as cement is called free lime


Dolomite is a common rock-forming mineral. It is a calcium magnesium carbonate with a chemical composition of CaMg(CO3)2. It is the primary component of the sedimentary rock known as dolostone and the metamorphic rock known as dolomitic marble. Limestone that contains some dolomite is known as dolomitic limestone.

Talc Power

Talc mineral powder is metamorphic mineral extracted form magnesium minerals such as pyroxene, amphibole, olivine and other similar minerals in the presence of carbon dioxide and water. It is generally accessible in foliated and fibrous masses. It is commonly sued in the processing of various substances like paints, plastic, ceramics, rubber, and paper and so on. Besides

China Clay

China Clay is a Hydrated Aluminum Silicate,, which falls under the Kaolinite group of clays is formed by weathering or hydrothermal alteration of felspathic rocks. It has the general formula Al2,(Si2O5)(OH)4. Free Silica (grit) is the most undesirable impurity and is removed during processing by levigation, sedimentation or air-separation.