Uses For Calcium Carbonate

Calcium carbonate, or CaCO3, comprises more than 4% of the earth’s crust and is found throughout the world.  As interesting as calcium carbonate may be in nature, its impact and value to our everyday life are truly extraordinary.

Uses For Calcium Carbonate

Calcium Carbonate Used In Building Materials and Construction

Calcium carbonate is critical to the construction industry, both as a building material in its own right (e.g. marble), and as an ingredient of cement.  It contributes to the making of mortar used in bonding bricks, concrete blocks, stones, roofing shingles, rubber compounds, and tiles.  Calcium carbonate decomposes to form carbon dioxide and lime, an important material in making steel, glass, and paper.  Because of its antacid properties, calcium carbonate is used in industrial settings to neutralize acidic conditions in both soil and water.

What's Calcium Carbonate Grinding Process

Calcite is usually achieved its economic value after pulverizing or some initial processing and grinding in fine powder size ranging from 200 to 300Mesh. Ultrafine mill can produce high quality fine particle sizes from 40mesh to 600mesh. It is a new type grinding mill for calcium carbonate based on our decades professional experience in mining equipment, and absorbing advanced technology abroad and at home. 

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