Limestone (CaCO3)

Calcium carbonate, the very foundation of seashells and limestone caves, is a ubiquitous compound with the formula CaCO3. Existing in nature as the minerals calcite and aragonite, it forms the building blocks of sedimentary rocks like limestone and lends its strength to the shells of marine creatures, snails, and even eggs. Found in over-the-counter supplements and medications, calcium carbonate plays a dual role: fortifying bones with calcium and neutralizing stomach acid as an antacid. However, agricultural applications and hard water interactions paint a different picture. Calcium carbonate is the active ingredient in agricultural lime, and its presence in hard water leads to the buildup of bothersome limescale.

TAS Flowrance Group is a leading supplier of calcium carbonate, offering various options to suit your needs. They provide high-quality calcium carbonate in different forms, including jumbo bags, small bags, and bulk quantities, along with a detailed chemical analysis. Their offerings encompass raw materials like limestone, as well as processed forms such as calcium carbonate rocks, lumps, and powder. Sourced from their Egyptian mines, TAS Flowrance Group’s calcium carbonate caters to a wide range of applications across various industries, all at competitive prices.

TAS Flowrance Group’s limestone rock production capacity and shipping:

TAS Flowrance Group boasts an impressive production capacity of 50,000 to 100,000 tons of limestone rock per month, catering to export markets. They can ship bulk quantities from any Egyptian seaport to match your final destination.
Packing options include 1400kg net weight, second-hand or new jumbo bags with an inner polyethylene liner to minimize waste. Customization is available upon request. A standard 20-foot dry container holds approximately 28,000kg.
TAS Flowrance Group handles the entire process, from extraction to CFR (Cost and Freight) shipment, ensuring a smooth experience. For quality evaluation, they offer free samples, though customers will cover the shipping cost.

Located approximately 200 km south of Cairo in Egypt’s El Minea Governorate, the Samalut Formation is a source of exceptionally pure limestone. This remarkable purity, characterized by a whiteness degree of no less than 90% and a minimum calcium carbonate (CaCO3) content of 99.9%, is attributed to the presence of microscopic marine fossils. These fossils, remnants of ancient marine organisms, act as biological deposits, contributing to the limestone’s exceptional quality.

Physical Properties
Color white
Streak white
Sparkle Glass
Hardness 3-4
Specific Gravity 2.5 – 2.65 kg/cm
Cracking in three directions
Water absorption less than 1%
porosity Low
Stress pressure 1800-2100 kg/cm2

Size Ranged 00.00 – 10.00 mm TAS 101
Size Ranged 10.00 – 40.00 mm TAS 101

Chemical Percentage %
CaCO3 99.5
MgO 0.01
SiO2 0.3
Fe2O3 0.01
Al2O3 0.01
Loss on ignition 43.89

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