glass sand

glass sand

[′glas ‚sand]
(materials)
High-quartz sand used in glassmaking; contains small amounts of aluminum oxide, iron oxide, calcium oxide, and magnesium oxide.
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The plants are also highly flexible and could be suitably modified by addition of scrubbing and gravity separation equipment to convert into plants for glass sand preparation if suitable raw material is available.
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Brian Shinn, president and CEO of drilling and glass sand supplier US Silica, will offer a shipper's perspective.
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Hibbert also said the glass sand they manufacture is used as fill under pipes during construction and as top cover when landfilling ash from the incinerator.
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I suppose glass sand would be perfect for anyone playing off scratch,''he joked.
Silica, based in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, was formed in 1987 with the merger of Pennsylvania Glass Sand and Ottawa Silica Company, two of North America's top silica companies.