Hematite is one of the most common minerals. The color of most red rock, such as sandstone, is caused by small amounts of Hematite. It may also be responsible for the red color of Garnet, Spinel, and to some extent, Ruby.
All non-crystalline forms of Hematite are supposedly transformations of the mineral Limonite that lost water, possibly due to heat.
Hematite composition: Iron oxide and may contain slight amounts of titanium.
Color: Black, gray to silver gray, brown to reddish brown, red. Some specimens are iridescent.
According to hematite ore application and use, NFLG can supply related stone crusher used for crushing hematite. Hematite crusher also named hematite ore crusher or hematite iron ore crusher is the primary crushing machine of hematite mineral processing equipments. We know, hematite mineral process is a complex ore process. During this industrial process, NFLG can supply you most related equipments such as hematite crusher, hematite mill, hematite optional equipments etc.
Hematite crusher: jaw hematite crusher, impact hematite crusher, cone hematite crusher, roller hematite crusher, mobile hematite crusher etc.
Hematite mill: ball mill , ball roller mill, vertical ball mill etc.
Hematite optional equipments: vibrating screen , spiral washing machine, high efficiency sand washing machine , magnetic separator, Spiral chute, jigger, mixing bucket mining , flotation machines, inflatable mechanical flotation machine, crew conveyor , hydraulic cyclone, dry magnetic roller, high concentration, high frequency screen etc.
Hematite production in India
Hematite ore is an important mineral resource in India not only in the infrastructure construction but also in the industrial manufacturing. So, NFLG can supply you hematite crushing plant or hematite crusher line for hematite production in India. During hematite production process, hematite crusher is also taken as the primary crushing equipment and hematite mill is used in second grinding process.
Hematite is the principle ore of iron. Huge quantities are mined yearly for industrial production. It is the source for roughly 90 percent of all iron mined in the United States. Hematite was largely used in the past as a red and brown pigment, although nowadays cheaper sources have been substituted. Well formed Hematite crystals are popular among mineral collectors. Highly polished, tumbled Hematite from Brazil makes a very popular, inexpensive specimen for collectors. Hematite also has gem uses. It is cut and polished into cabochons for jewelry and ornaments, fashioned into beads for bracelets and necklaces, and carved into ornamental figures.