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The mineral dolomite crystallizes in the trigonal-rhombohedral system. It forms white, gray to pink, commonly curved crystals, although it is usually massive. It has physical properties similar to those of the mineral calcite, but does not rapidly dissolve or effervesce (fizz) in dilute hydrochloric acid unless it is scratched or in powdered form.





Applications of Dolomite Powder:

  Soap & Detergent
  Iron, Steel, and Ferro-Alloys Industries

  Cable Industries

  Rigid PVC Pipes

  Leather Cloth Industry

  Paints, Inks, Powder Coating

  Ceramic Industry

  Rubber Industry

  Glass Industry




Dolomite as a Filler Impart

  Better Acid Resistance

  High Specific Gravity.

  High Bulk Density.

  Good Dimensional Stability.

      Better Gloss & Whiteness In Paints And Coating Applications.

      Low Cost Of Production.

      Good dimensional stability

      Better gloss and whiteness in paints and coating applications

      Low cost production





Calcium Carbonate                 45% to 60%
Magnesium Carbonate            35% to 45%
Silica                                       2% Max