"A New Process to Upgrade Ilmenite to Synthetic Rutile"
Ilmenite occurs in black sand at the mouth of great rivers as in India, or as massive deposits like in Quebec Province in Canada. It is unsuitable for processing into pigment or for metal production because of its high iron content and its low grade. Pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical methods have been developed to cope with this problem,Manufacturer of Rutile Sand & Ilmenite Sand by Sri,,Our range of product includes Rutile Sand, Ilmenite Sand, Zircon Sand, Garnet Sand, Potassium Silicate, Sillimanite, Calcium Carbonate & Limestone Powder. These minerals are known among clients for their environmental friendly nature, heat resistance, impeccable composition and purity. We are one of the major Importers of minerals is Rutile Sand, Ilmenite Sand and Zircon sandELECTRO SMELTING OF ILMENITE FOR PRODUCTION OF TiO,,The principal mineral sources of titanium are rutile, anatase (both TiO 2), ilmenite (FeTiO 3) and leucoxene (a weathered ilmenite of variable concentration of TiO 2 but similar to pseudorutile Fe 2Ti3O9). These titaniferous minerals along with their value added products like Synthetic Rutile and TiO 2 slag constitute “Titanium Feed-stocks” for TiO2 pigment, Ti metal and welding