Laterite Data Sheet

 
US Mine Corp.’s Laterite is produced in the Western United States and remarkable for its high iron content.  Its major uses include construction applications, cement industry production, and professional sports fields throughout California.  This laterite has been distributed to the largest industry leaders for decades as a raw material in the cement industry.  It’s chemical and physical properties make it ideal for cement production.

Technical Data Sheet

Colored Sand

Chemical Analysis

Typical Values. These do not represent a specification.

SILICA (Si02) 39.5%
ALUMINA (A1203) 32.0%
IRON OXIDE (Fe203) 14.6%
TITANIA (Ti02) 1.2%
LIME (CaO) .07%
MAGNESIA (MgO) .09%
ALKALIES (Na2O) .05%
ALKALIES (K2O) .12%
L.O.I. .15%
P2O5 .12%
The data given above are based on averages of test results on samples selected from routine plant production by standard A.S.T.M. test procedures where applicable. Variations from the above data may occur in individual tests. These results cannot be taken as minima or maxima for specification purposes. Updated November 2018.
The information contained herein is based upon data believed to be accurate and current. However, no guarantee or warranty of any kind, express or implied,
is made with respect to the information contained herein. US Mine Corporation accepts no responsibility and disclaims any and all liability for any harmful effects
that may be caused by purchase, resale or use of, or exposure to, its products. Customers or users of our products containing silica must comply with all
applicable domestic and foreign health and safety laws, regulations, rules and orders including, but not limited to, any requirement that customers or users
perform a risk assessment with respect to material or the particular workplace in which it is to be used and to take sufficient risk management measures.

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