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Natural Garnet Grains


Natural Garnet Grains

MOQ : 2000 Metric Ton

Product Details

Type Natural Grains
Application WATER FILTRATION
Cultivation Type Natural
Color Reddish Brown
Place of Origin Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India
Shape of Natural Grain Sub Angular
Hardness(MoH) 8.0

Additional Information

Product Code Natural Abrasive Garnet Grains
Port Nearest Port: Mundra, india
Payment Terms Other
Delivery Time 90 Days after Payment Receipt
Packaging Details 1. 25 Kg. and 50 Kg. HDPE bags with inner polythene liner.
2. 1 Ton jumbo bags with inner polythene liner.

We are offering natural garnet. Uses of garnet abrasive â�¢ water-jet cutting: - the largest industrial use of garnet is in waterjet cutting. A machine known as a waterjet cutter produces a high-pressure jet of water with entrained abrasive granules. When these are directed at a piece of metal, ceramic or stone, a cutting action can occur that produces very little dust and cuts at a low temperature. â�¢ abrasive blasting: - garnet granules are also used in abrasive blasting (commonly known as "sand blasting"). In these processes, a tool propels a stream of abrasive granules against a surface using a highly pressurized fluid (usually air or water) as a propellant. Abrasive blasting is done in order to smooth, clean, or remove oxidation products from metals, brick, stone, and other materials. Â�¢ filtration: - garnet granules are often used as a filter media. Small garnet particles are used to fill a container through which a liquid flows. garnet's high specific gravity and high hardness reduce bed expansion and particle abrasion during back flushing. Special fine grades of garnet abrasive are also available for aluminium, turbine blades, fibreglass and other unique surface preparation applications. Sizes available â�¢ 8-12 â�¢ 8-16 â�¢ 10-20 â�¢ 12-24 â�¢ 16-24 â�¢ 20-30 â�¢ 20-40 â�¢ 20-60 â�¢ 30-60 â�¢ 40-60 â�¢ 60-80


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