Article - 18 May 2012
The Final Barrier against Abrasion, Chemicals and Heat: SILTEX® Woven Silica Fabric, Yarn and Cordage, and Textiles from Mid-Mountain Materials
Article - 31 Mar 2012
This article shows the benefits of using combined X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) and diffraction (XRD) for such a purpose.
Article - 15 Apr 2008
This article discusses using laser diffraction to measure the particle size distribution of cement.
Article - 16 Jul 2003
Phosphate-based fertilisers are the mainstay for boosting soil productivity. Saudi Arabia provides one of the worlds largest deposits of phosphate minerals that can be comverted into diammonium...
Article - 26 Nov 2002
Once thought of as a dull, basic material, concrete has been used to make architecturally desirable structures. Coloured concretes, pigments, floor screeds and screen printed and photo engraved...
Article - 21 Oct 2003
Alcan are planning to construst a CAN$150m spent pot lining treatment plant in Canada to deal with the waste products of aluminium smelting. The plant will use technology that will recycle all waste...
Article - 5 Dec 2014
Limestone (CaCO3) is an inorganic mineral that occurs abundantly in nature. It is mined, crushed and processed to suit specific end-use applications.
Article - 2 Apr 2014
A material known as clinker is obtained when cement raw materials are calcined in the kiln.
Article - 12 Aug 2016
This article showshow 3D level measurement can be effectively used to detect material build-up in lime production and rat holes before they become an issue.
Article - 11 Sep 2002
Also known as aluminous cement or high alumina cement (HAC), calcium aluminate cements (CACs) were developed to be impervious to sulfate.