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Camadil 95 Dolomite

Oxide Analysis Formula
Fe2O3 0.25% 0.00
Al2O3 0.10% 0.00
SiO2 0.38% 0.01
CaO 27.70% 0.53
MgO 18.00% 0.47
LOI51.60%
Oxide Weight 49.37
Formula Weight 102.01

Notes

April 2014: This material was made by Global Stone James River, but they do not have an internet presence and this material cannot found on google.

It was available in a wide range of particle sizes from 200 mesh to 3 micron for a variety of filler and extender applications such as rubber, plastics, paint, latex, fiberglass, carpet, upholstery, adhesives, asphalt roofing and many others.

This material is 58% CaCO3 and 41% MgCO3.
Camadil ® Dolomitic Fine Grind
76%/325m, 95%/325m, 99%/325m grinds
Camadil ® Ultra Fine
3 and 6 micron mean particle sizes.

GJR 270 Grade:
Medium particle size: 19.1 microns
Specific gravity: 2.83
Mohs hardness: 6.0
pH: 9.0-9.9
Oil Absorption (ASTM D-281): 15 lb/100
Dry Brightness (Hunter "L"): 93

Links

Minerals Limestone, Calcium Carbonate
Minerals Magnesite
Materials Dolomite
Materials Dolowhite
Materials Dolocron 40-13
Suppliers Global Stone James River
Typecodes Flux Source
Materials that source Na2O, K2O, Li2O, CaO, MgO and other fluxes but are not feldspars or frits. Remember that materials can be flux sources but also perform many other roles. For example, talc is a flux in high temperature glazes, but a matting agent in low temperatures ones. It can also be a flux, a filler and an expansion increaser in bodies.

Data

Sieve Analysis DryPassing 50 mesh: 100% 100 mesh: trace 200 mesh: trace 325 mesh: 95% 400 mesh: 92%

By Tony Hansen


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