Natural stones as raw materials often possess hidden qualities and properties, chemical or mineral components that make them unique in their availability and use. Rock deposits were formed differently depending on the millions of years of the earth's history and thus endowed with a wide variety of properties. Thereby, so-called industrial minerals, natural aggregates can be directly processed for industrial purposes without being subjected to any further treatment or transformation process.
- Cement production
- Concrete production
- Building lime products
- Sand lime brick production
- Stone wool production
- Filler in bitumen products and bitumen roofing membranes
- Plastic production
- Construction of molds
- Paint industry
|Diabase (60)||Diabase (61)||Dolomite||Greywacke||Limestone||Shale|
|Titanium (TiO2)||1,3||1,0||-||0,7||< 0,2||0,7|
|Calcium (CaO)||16,0||16,5||44,0||1,5||45,0||< 0,5|
|Potassium (K2O)||< 0,1||< 0,2||1,5||3,5||1,0||3,0|
|Sodium (Na2O)||1,4||< 0,1||< 0,1||1,6||< 0,2||1,1|
all data in mass-%
Notes: Aggregates are natural products and may be subject to natural variations. The above values are intended to give an overview of our aggregates.
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