Barium Carbonate is manufactured from natural barium sulfate (barite) by reduction with petcoke and following precipitation with carbon dioxide.
We offer chemical analysis of clays regarding content of sulfates and other impurities free of charge for our customers in the brick and tile industry. Our experts in the application department have many years experience with efflorescences and scummings and support the brick and tile producers in solving these problems. Our technical experts are also experienced in the production of glass and ferrites and with the handling of Barium Carbonate.
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We supply all grades of Barium Carbonate in 25 kg bags, 1mt big bags and in bulk.
The production plant is located in Bad Hönningen, Germany due to local sources of natural carbon dioxide.
Barium carbonate standard powder is used in the production of special glass, glazes, brick and tile industry, ceramic and ferrite industry.
Barium carbonate standard powder is also used for removing of sulfates in phosphoric acid production and chlorine alkali electrolysis.
Barium carbonate fine powder is specially developed for usage in the brick and tile industry and for the removing of sulfates.
Other applications are in the ceramic and ferrite industry. It is also used in the production of chlorine alkali electrolysis and for the purification of phosphoric and tartaric acid.
Barium carbonate coarse powder is used for the production of display glass, crystal glass and other special glass, glazes, frits and enamels.
Barium carbonate coarse powder is also used in the ferrite and in the chemical industry.
Barium carbonate granular is used for the production of display glass, crystal glass and other special glass, glazes, frits and enamels.
Barium carbonate granular is also used in the chemical industry.