Acid grade fluorspar in powder

Specis :

       CaF2          97.00% min

       Sio2          1.00%  max

       CaCO3       1.00% max

       Total Sulfur    0.03% max

       Sulfide Sulfur  25 ppm max

       P2O5        0.03% max

       As          3 ppm max

       Organics     800 ppm max

       H2O         10 % max

      Sizing:   75.00% min passing through 100 mesh


“Fluorite” comes from the use of fluorite as a flux in steel and aluminum processing. It was originally referred to as fluorospar by miners and is still called that today. Fluorite is also used as a source of fluorine for hydrofluoric acid and fluorinated water. The element fluorine also gets its name from fluorite. Fluorite can also be regarded as a gemstone (low hardness and good cleavage reduce its desirability as a gemstone), ornamental carvings (sometimes misleadingly called Green Quartz) and special optical uses.

Fluorite is the most popular mineral for mineral collectors in the world, second only to quartz. Every mineral collection owned by even the newest and youngest of mineral collectors must have a specimen of fluorite. Fluorite is by far one of the most beautiful and interesting minerals available on the mineral markets.




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