Zircon - sand and flour

Zirconium silicate (ZrSiO4), belongs to the group of heavy minerals, contains approx. 66% ZrO2 and approx. 33% SiO2, is formed in sand and gravel sediments in various coastal regions and estuaries. The main applications are frits and glazes (ceramics), zircon bricks (refractory), zircon coatings (foundry), as well as in the brake and friction lining industry and in the manufacturing of welding materials.
Origin: Ukraine, Australia, South Africa
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