diatomite


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Related to diatomite: diatomaceous earth, perlite
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Synonyms for diatomite

a light soil consisting of siliceous diatom remains and often used as a filtering material

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The important point is that the San Miguel de Turrucares diatomite is a freshwater deposit of Middle Pleistocene age.
5 g of diatomite C of 100-120 mesh was slowly added into the flask.
And you get this clarity plus fastest flow rates, low costs, and practically automatic operation with any of the standard diatomite pressure filter units.
According to the results, unit weight, compressive strengths and water absorption in 150, 200 and 250 doses changed with increasing diatomite contents, respectively, from 1470 kg/m3 to 2210 kg/m3, from 20.
Keywords Water retention, Slow release fertilizer, Coating material, Diatomite, Biopolymer, Urea
The development of a substitute for diatomite in precoat filtration in the brewing industry is the subject of a joint research project between Kelheim Fibres, manufacturer of viscose speciality fibers, and Krones AG, a producer of beverage and food technologies, which has been running since mid-2013.
2)In addition to commodities listed, secondary aluminum in small amounts, common clay, diatomite, and gold contained in copper concentrate also are thought to have been produced, but available information is inadequate to make reliable estimates of output.
The company's mine production includes calcium carbonate, alumino-silicate, graphite, talc, mica, diatomite and kaolin.
Different samples of raw clays containing zeolite, bentonite, palygorskite, kaolinite, and diatomite were collected from National Resource Authority, Jordan (J) and several Russian deposits (R).
Export commodities: fish and animal products, aluminum, diatomite, ferrosilicon
stone, basalt, diatomite, zeolite and other nonmetallic ore materials.
5% overriding royalty on the Remaining Properties which produced 25,375 Boe from 37 Orcutt Diatomite wells and one Orcutt Field well.
5% overriding royalty on the Remaining Properties which produced 22,783 Boe from 36 Orcutt Diatomite wells and one Orcutt Field well.
Diatomite lends itself well to masterbatching at levels of SO% by weight.
The Foulden diatomite was split using a knife or cut into blocks to partially expose leaves or flowers.