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Calcium Carbonate Description:
Calcium carbonate is a versatile inorganic compound with the chemical formula CaCO₃. High-quality calcium carbonate with a purity of 99%, ideal for diverse industrial applications, is available at the best competitive price. Suitable for use in industries such as paper, plastics, rubber, paint, construction, and more, this product ensures superior performance and cost efficiency.

Calcium carbonate (CaCO₃) with a purity of 99% represents a high-quality industrial-grade variant. In this form, it is finely ground to a 200 mesh size, indicating a particle size suitable for a range of industrial processes. The 99% purity ensures a premium grade suitable for applications demanding stringent quality standards.

Available in Pakistan:
A 50 Kg sack of industrial-grade calcium carbonate with 99% purity and a 200 mesh size is available in Pakistan at a competitive and favorable price. This product is well-suited for businesses and industries seeking a reliable source of calcium carbonate for applications in sectors such as paper, plastics, construction, and more.

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Highly Effective

Industrial Grade Quality

Competitive Pricing

Purity 99%

Particle Size: 200 mesh

Packaging: 50 Kg Sack


  1. Paper Industry
  2. Plastic industry
  3. Pharmaceuticals
  4. Rubber industry
  5. Cosmetics
  6. Paints
  7. Printing ink
  8. Sealants and mastics

Industrial Applications and Benefits:

Calcium carbonate (CaCO₃) has numerous industrial applications and offers various benefits across different sectors. Here are some notable industrial applications and benefits of calcium carbonate:

1. Paper Industry: -Application:

Calcium carbonate is widely used in the paper industry as a filler and coating material. It enhances the brightness, opacity, and printability of paper products.
Benefits: Reduces the need for expensive pulp, improves paper quality, and contributes to cost savings.

2. Plastics Industry: -Application:

Calcium carbonate is used as a reinforcing filler in the production of plastics. It improves the mechanical properties, reduces costs, and enhances the environmental profile of plastic products.
Benefits: Increases tensile strength, impact resistance, and stiffness of plastic materials. It also reduces the overall environmental footprint by replacing some of the petrochemical-based components.

3. Paints and Coatings: – Application:

Calcium carbonate acts as an extender pigment in paints and coatings, improving the coverage and reducing costs.
Benefits: Enhances paint durability, provides better coverage, and contributes to the development of environmentally friendly formulations.

4. Construction Industry: -Application:

Calcium carbonate is used in the construction industry as a raw material in the production of cement and as an additive in concrete mixtures.
Benefits: Contributes to the strength and durability of concrete, reduces production costs, and enhances the workability of concrete mixes.

5. Adhesives and Sealants: -Application:

Calcium carbonate is used as a filler in adhesives and sealants to improve performance and reduce costs.
Benefits: Enhances the viscosity and bonding properties of adhesives, leading to improved product quality and cost-effectiveness.

6. Food and Pharmaceuticals: -Application:** Calcium carbonate is used as a calcium supplement in food and pharmaceutical products. It is also used as an anticaking agent.
Benefits: Provides a source of essential calcium, acts as a pH regulator, and improves the flow properties of powdered products.

7. Environmental Applications: -Application: Calcium carbonate is used in various environmental applications, such as flue gas desulfurization (FGD) for reducing sulfur dioxide emissions from power plants.
Benefits: Helps mitigate environmental impact by reducing air pollution and contributing to cleaner air.

8. Water Treatment: -Application: 

Calcium carbonate is employed in water treatment processes for pH adjustment and removal of impurities.
Benefits: Aids in the purification of water by neutralizing acidity and facilitating the removal of contaminants.

9. Agriculture: -Application:

Calcium carbonate is used as a soil conditioner in agriculture to improve soil structure and provide essential calcium for plant growth.
Benefits: Enhances crop yields, promotes root development, and mitigates soil acidity.

In summary, calcium carbonate plays a crucial role in various industries, contributing to improved product performance, cost efficiency, and environmental sustainability. Its versatile properties make it a valuable resource in manufacturing processes across different sector