In general, the consumption of feldspar is 65% in the glass industry, 30% in the ceramic industry, 5% in the rubber industry, paint industry or other industries
|1||Country of Origin||Iran|
|2||Size||Lump size, Crush size, powder size|
|3||Packing||Big bags, loose bulk, pallet, ۲۰~۳۰ Kgs bag|
|4||Producer||Arian Tejarat Nik Andish Company|
|5||Country of Origin||Iran|
|6||Size||Lump size, Crush size, powder size|
|7||Packing||Big bags, loose bulk, pallet, ۲۰~۳۰ Kgs bag|
|8||Producer||Arian Tejarat Nik Andish Company|
Feldspar is one of the most widespread types of silicates in the Earth's crust. Feldspar accounts for approximately 50% by weight of the Earth's crust. Feldspars are found in about 60% of igneous rocks, about 30% of metamorphic rocks, and 10% of sandstones and conglomerates. Feldspars are one of the most important igneous rock minerals.
Feldspars are divided into the following four groups based on their chemical composition:
1- Sodium feldspars
2- Sodium-barium feldspars
3- Sodium-potassium feldspars
4- Potassium feldspars
Potassium feldspars are mostly used as a melting aid and the main material for making glass and ceramic structures. Since the consumption of potassium feldspar is at a higher level, its economic value is higher than sodium feldspar.
Generally, the consumption of feldspars is 65% in the glass industry, 30% in the ceramic industry, 5% in the rubber and paint industry or other industries.