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Non Metallic & Metallic Mining 

Global Vision Group With a long history of creating consistent value for our stakeholders and with operations spread across four continents, Global Vision Corpus Resources Ltd continues to increase its global footprint as a diversified natural resources major with interests Metallic & Non Metallic in Zinc, Lead, Silver, Copper, Iron Ore, Aluminium, Power and Oil & Gas. Our focus is on finding, mining and processing the Earth's mineral resources in order to maximise value for our shareholders.

Our exploration portfolio from all the four continents that we operate in, follows a history of consistent geological discovery. With a business model of growth, constant value creation and improved operations, the company's vision is focussed towards building the wealth of our shareholders and sustainably engaging the community we operate in. We have the people, capabilities and resources to supply a world hungry for metals and minerals. Construction, communication, recreation, transport, healthcare and renewable energy: all these industries, and many more, rely on the products we supply.

Non Metallic 

Lime Stone  

Limestone is a sedimentary rock, made up mostly of the mineral calcite, a form of calcium carbonate, CaCO3. The calcium carbonate is originally produced by living animals (such as shellfish). Later, much of it goes into solution in sea water, and then is deposited as limestone. Calcium carbonate gets precipitated when the physical condition of the water changes. For example, if the concentration of CaCO3 is high, then a temperature drop, or a pH (acidity) change, can cause precipitation.

Quality :
Sr No. CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF LIMESTONE
Constituents Range%
1 SiO2 4.25-8.25
2 CaO 44.65-48.75


Uses:

It is generally used as limestone tiles, limestone slabs in flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops and to pave the floors of large commercial complexes, hospitals, airports, shopping malls, railway stations, parks etc. It is used to make glass and cement. It can be used like chalk, as it is mostly calcium, so you can actually draw with the stone. It is also used to make iron in a blast furnace, to remove impurities from the iron ore.

RATE :
Revised Limestone Price
RUN OF LIMESTONE / MT Amount in Rs.
Basic Price 64.29
Royalty 63.00
Sub Total 127.29
Vat @ 4% 5.09
Additional Tax @1% 1.27
Gross Total 133.65

CRUSHED LIMESTONE / MT
Size (-15 mm)
Amount in Rs.
Basic Price 64.29
Crushing Charges 50.00
Royalty 63.00
Sub Total 177.29
Vat @ 4% 7.09
Additional Tax @1% 1.77
Gross Total 186.15

Quartz Power :

We provide ultimate end to your search of high quality Quartz Powder. The Quartz Stone Powder, we deliver, is free from all impurities and rich in mineral content. The Quartz Stone Powder comes in various grades and we also procure various quality certifications enabling us to bring our name among the leading Natural Quartz Powder Exporters and Suppliers from India. The Quartz Stone Powder we deliver has a very wide application in various industries like paint, soap, cosmetic, pharmaceuticals, paper, etc.
 

  • Quartz Powder Sizes : 100 mesh, 200 mesh, 300 mesh, 500 mesh.
  •  Available Quality : Semi Quartz, Super Semi Quartz, Snow White Quartz.

 Uses

There are two entirely different major uses for quartz crystal. One of these is as a gemstone. The varieties known asrock crystal, amethyst, smoky quartz, rose quartz, and citrine are in demand as low-priced but attractive gemstone or display specimens. For gem applications, the quartz is usually cut and faceted for jewelry, or is carved into various shapes by hand or by laser.

Cultured quartz is used in electronic applications, where its special physical properties are valuable. Quartz is one of several minerals which are piezoelectric, meaning that when pressure is applied to quartz, a positive electrical charge is created at one end of the crystal and a negative electrical charge is created at the other. It is also strongly pyroelectric which means that temperature changes can cause the development of positive and negative charges within the crystal. These properties make quartz valuable in electronics applications. While some other minerals may have these properties, quartz is used because it is transparent, tough, and of unvarying chemical composition.

Electronics-grade manufactured quartz is used in a large number of circuits for consumer electronics products such as computers, cell phones, televisions, radios, and electronic games, to name just a few. It is also used to make frequency control devices and electronic filters that remove defined electromagnetic frequencies. In industry, quartz is also used in a variety of electronic devices.
 

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