Hematite Iron Oxide

Known as one of the most common minerals, Hematite is made of iron oxide with a chemical composition of Fe2O3. It is the most important ore of iron and tends to have a black to steel color, though can also be found in the colors red or brown to reddish brown. Hematite is harder, yet more brittle than pure iron. Some examples of hematite are kidney ore, iron rose, and martite. Hematite is used to create pigments, ballast, and many other products.

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  • Excalibar Minerals' API Hematite 200 is manufactured from a high quality natural iron oxide ore. It has a median particle size of 15μ. Strict quality control during manufacture results in a consistent product that is used in all phases of oil and gas exploration.
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  • Excalibar Minerals' API Hematite 325 is manufactured from a high quality natural iron oxide ore. It has a median particle size of 20μ. Strict quality control during manufacture results in a consistent product that is used in all phases of oil and gas exploration.
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The Cary Company is an authorized distributor of Excalibar Minerals LLC Barium Sulfate, Calcium Cabonate, and Hematite Iron Oxide product lines.

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