Anhydrite, synthetic

CaSO4

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Anhydrite is a mineral from the Calcium Sulphate family (CaSO4). Anhydrite is an anhydrous compound - it does not contain water in its crystal structure, unlike other minerals. Anhydrite is a unique material with outstanding properties beneficial to many industrial applications.

Applications

  • Floor screed
    Widely used in floor screed applications and can replace traditional cement as  a binder for screed mortars
  • Interior Plasters
    Eligible binder for interior plasters due to its extremely low shrinkage and swelling values
  • Cement Industry
    Anhydrite brings certain properties such as set time controlling, mechanical strength enhancing and shrinkage inhibitance.
  • Fertilizer Industry
    Anhydrite brings calcium and sulphate as fertilizing elements or can be used as a mineral filler