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ultrafine mill for feldspar milling production
18-05-2018, 07:11 AM
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ultrafine mill for feldspar milling production
The feldspar is an aluminosilicate mineral containing alkali metal or alkaline earth metal such as potassium, sodium, and calcium. Its crystal structure belongs to a shelf-like structure and is an important mineral in the natural world. The feldspar can be broken by ultrafine mill, and then applied to many kinds of industrial fields.

The feldspar minerals are widely distributed in the crust of the natural world. It probably occupies 50% of the total crust content. Therefore, the feldspar powder after feldspar crushing and milling has a great deal of economic benefits and industrial production value.

The feldspar is not a pure substance. It contains many other components, such as feldspar which contains some potassium, sodium, calcium, silicon, chlorine, and cerium elements. The feldspars containing these elements can be used. In some specific industrial productions, the following briefly describes how to process feldspar into powder and then use it in industrial production.

The feldspar's Mohs hardness is medium, probably between grades 6 and 6.5. It has high brittleness and compressive properties, so its processing production requires the use of specific mining machinery.
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