mineral additive

mineral additive

[′min·rəl ′ad·ə‚tiv]
(materials)
A mineral-derived substance added during grease manufacture, particularly to heavy-duty grease.
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2002) Great interest as an object of research and utilization of industrial wastes is the use of recycled concrete breakage as a mineral additive in CGB.
Engineered Mineral Additive Reduces Costs and Enhances Performance of Nonwovens
Renting digging equipment, loaders and extra help as he needs it for his self-financed project, he screens the material into a fine, cocoa-brown loam that can be worked into nutrient-poor soils or used as a mineral additive in livestock feed.
For use in translucent horticultural films, a grade of Minbloc[R] mineral additive from Unimin in North America reportedly has been improved in the way it absorbs near-infrared wavelengths by using a nano-scale antimony tin oxide coating on its mineral filler particles.
SECTION III -- OVERVIEW 1 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Region 43 2 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type 46 3 World Cement & Concrete Chemical Additive Demand by Type & Region 50 4 World Cement & Concrete Mineral Additive Demand by Type & Region 60 5 World Cement & Concrete Fiber Additive Demand by Region 68 6 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Market 70 7 World Building Markets for Cement & Concrete Additives by Region 72 8 World Highway & Street Markets for Cement & Concrete Additives by Region 75 9 Other Markets for Cement & Concrete Additives by Region 77
Altiblock's morphology combines the best attributes of these three mineral additives, he explains.
The newly formed global division will manage customer relationships, product development and optimization, technical support, analytical services and technology innovations to deliver hydraulic fracturing proppants and engineered mineral additives for drilling, completion and production.
In the composition of test samples there were used mineral additives, containing aluminate and carbonate components and standard polymer additives--Melflux 2651, Melment, C-3.
This grade combines mineral additives with an acrylic polymer having a high elastomer content.
It needed to find a material that would accept mineral additives to reach a density of 2 - there are limits on weight and the Professional Disc Golf Association prohibits discs weighing more than 200 grams, or more than 8.
Upon discovery of the high levels of dioxin, the French company immediately blocked all remaining sulphur in stock and all of its premix and mineral additives that were made from the Polish batch.