MINA SUPER GARNET
WATER JET CUTTING GARNET
ABRASIVE BLAST MACHINES
INTERNAL PIPE CLEANING AND COATING MACHINES
PERSONNEL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
CABINETS AND CLAST ROOMS
AIR TREATMENT EQUIPMENT
VACUUM RECOVERY UNITS
HIGH VOLUME MOISTURE SEPARATE /RECEIVER TANK
MEASURING AND TEST EQUIPMENT
PAINT FINISHING EQUIPMENT.
BENTONITE API GRADE
CAUSTIC SODA, LIME, KCL
SODIUM CHLORIDE (RAW MATERIAL -SALT)
CALCIUM BROMIDE BRINE
CALCIUM CARBONATE 6
MICA FINE, ALL GRADES
SILICA SAND & FLOUR …
IRON OXIDE …
MARBLE GROUND SIZED
Our range of product offering for surface preparation & painting
Garnet is a natural mineral and not a by-product of a chemical proves. It is inert and non-toxic and virtually free of silica, thus excluding any danger whatsoever of silicosis hazard. garnet has a very low dust emission. This makes it safe for the operator, does not pollute the atmosphere and causes minimal disturbance in the vicinity and and adjoining areas. In consequence the use of natural garnet as and abrasive has won a worldwide approval among occupational health authorities. Moreover, as Mina Garnet is an environmental friendly material, it is now gaining favor with many environment protection authorities,
Crystalgrit is a blast cleaning abrasive made of the natural mineral specular hematite, a 100% inert form of iron oxide. The sharp grains and the high specific density give a high cutting speed at a low consumption per m². Crystalgrit does not create rust when blasting under humid conditions. Specular hematite has strong hydrophobic properties. Specular hematite is also very suitable for blasting purposes.
Superior Garnet produce Almandine variety Garnet of Indian origin, with its hard and tough sub angular grains provide the perfect balance between cutting speed and edge quality with reduced wear and tear to the equipment.
Superior Garnet with precise size and low dust is found to be effective in cutting stainless steel, marbles, granite, titanium alloys, glasses, garments etc. with high accuracy to any geometrical shape.
Superior Garnet has a separate processing facility exclusively to produce water jet cutting grades.
Superior Garnet gives trouble free performances without choking and clogging of the nozzles, sincethe product is of “Correct Grain Size Distribution, without any oversize material & Free of Dust.
Minaa Al Arab is proud to introduce a range of high quality Steel Abrasives (Steel Shot and Grit), manufactured by the world’s largest producers of steel abrasives to SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) specifications within the SAE J444 size tolerances ranges.
The optimum abrasive for the majority of wheel blast applications, its durability and resistance to impact fatigue give the maximum cleaning efficiency at the most economical cost.
Minaa Al Arab Steel Abrasives are also suited for shot peening applications where the shot is supplied in either standard or special hardness as well as for stone/marble cutting operations.
Copperslag is a blast cleaning grit made of granulated slag from metal melting processes(also called Iron-silicate).
Blast cleaning of steel and stone/concrete surfaces, removal of mill scale, rust, old paint, dirt etc. Suitable for SA-3, SA-2½ and SA-2.
3-ply / 6-ply paper bags, 25 or 50 kgs content, on shrink foiled export pallets. Strong woven polypropylene big bags, with 4 lifting loops.
Coalslag is an aluminium silicate blast cleaning grit made of coalslag from coal fired power stations.
Blast cleaning of steel and stone/concrete surfaces, removal of mill scale, rust, old paint, dirt etc. Suitable for SA-3, SA-2½ and SA-2, as well as sweep blasting.
3-ply / 6-ply paper bags, 25 or 50 kgs content, on shrinkfoiled export pallets. Strong woven polypropylene big bags, with 4 lifting loops. Other packing options on request
Aluminium Oxide (brown) ELK / NK is an electro-fused
aluminium oxide, with very hard and tough grains.
Aluminium Oxide (white) ELK / E is an electro-fused
aluminium oxide, with very hard and tough grains.
Compressed air blast cleaning in shotblast rooms,
cabinets etc. Excellent for recycling.
25 or 50 kgs bags, on shrinkfoiled export pallets
Glass beads are a non-metallic mineral abrasive, made of soda glass.
Glass beads are used for shot blast-cleaning, descaling and deburring.
They are also suitable for inspection blasting (fraction and fracture detection) and for glare free, decorative matt satin finishing.
Another application is micro peening. When using glass beads, there is no abrading or scouring action, no deformation of material and no contamination or embedment of particles.
Glass beads are suitable for dry compressed air blasting as well as for wet blast cleaning.
25 kgs paper bags with in-liner, on shrink foiled
export pallets of 1 metric ton
Ilmenite is a placer mineral found only in some parts of the world. It has a great demand for many industries for its utilities vary from pigment industry to steel industry. Over 96% of the world wide use of Ilmenite are in titanium dioxide TiO2 form that has a wide range of strategic applications. Minaa Al Arab started production of Ilmenite in early 2000 in anticipation of the granting of the export license and our first Ilmenite was delivered to our customer in October 2000. The production capacity now stands at 20000 metric tonnes per year and is expected to rise steadily as market conditions allow. We currently produce several grades of high quality sulphate grade Ilmenite which are becoming increasingly sought after due to their ideal characteristics of good digestibility combined with low contained Fe203,U, Th, Cr2O3 etc.,
Rutile is another major Titanium ore used in manufacturing of Titanium dioxide pigments, Titanium metal, a high-tech alloy owing to its light weight, high strength and resistance to corrosion. Though rutile is a reddish mineral, it appears to be black to the naked eyes. More than 90% of Rutile is used as feedstock for the production of white pigment. The remnant is used for the production of Titanium sponge and Titanium metal. Indian rutile sand is mostly consumed in the welding electrode sector. Rutile ore is largely available in countries like Australia, India, South Africa, Ukraine and Sierra Leone. Minor suppliers are Srilanka, Malaysia, Madagascar, Brazil and Mozambique.
Zircon, normally a transparent beige coloured glassy mineral, finds its place in many an industrial application worldwide. Starting from ceramic tiles and refractories to a range of high-tech applications, Zircon compounds have a very low toxicity and are not perceived as a potential environmental hazard. They are even said to have some medicinal properties and are now increasingly preferred in the manufacture of food products and pharmaceuticals as well.