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posuiman · 5 months ago
Ore is a mineral aggregate. Under modern technological and Raymond Mill economic conditions, metals or other products can be processed and extracted from minerals on an industrial scale. According to the amount of minerals, ore minerals can be divided into: main minerals, which refer to minerals that have a high content in ore and play a major role in a certain mineral species. Minor minerals refer to minerals that contain less ore and have no decisive effect on ore grade. Trace minerals are those minerals that contain little ore and do not contribute much to the ore. Some of the ore minerals in the ore, such as nickel ore trace platinum group element minerals, although their content is very small, but have a higher comprehensive utilization value, such trace minerals still have great economic significance. Ore is also divided into metal ores and non-metallic ores, and a series of analyses are again conducted on non-metallic ores. Our company is a manufacturer specializing in the Construction Waste Crusherproduction of non-metallic ore fine powder mill equipment, specializing in the processing of non-metallic ore materials, grinding into powder applied in all walks of life. The following is a detailed introduction to the types of non-metallic ore materials and their use after grinding: Calcite is a kind of calcium carbonate mineral, and the most common one is natural calcium carbonate. Therefore, calcite is a widely distributed mineral. Calcite crystals have a variety of shapes. Their aggregates can be clusters of crystals, granular, lumpy, fibrous, bell-shaped, earthy, and so on. Knocking calcite can get a lot of square pieces, hence the name calcite. Calcite is used in chemical and cement industrial materials after being processed and ground by micro-powder mill equipment. Calcite is used as a flux in the metallurgical industry and used in the construction industry to produce cement and lime. Used in plastics, paper, toothpaste. Filling additives in foods. The addition of calcite to the glass produces a glass that is translucent and is especially suitable for use as a glass shade.

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