• June 21, 2024

Fly Ash

Embark on a journey into the realm of sustainable solutions with Fly Ash, a formidable residue born from the crucible of combustion. Known interchangeably as flue-ash, this substance comprises the fine particles that ascend with the flue gases during the combustion process. In the wake of industrial and energy production, Fly Ash emerges as a testament to the transformation of residues into resources. Let’s delve into the significance and versatility of Fly Ash, where fine particles become a powerful force for environmental stewardship and innovative applications.

Uses :

Concrete production, as a substitute material for Portland cement and sand, road construction, Waste stabilization and solidification, Cement clinkers production – (as a substitute material for clay), Mine reclamation, Road subbase construction, As Aggregate substitute material (e.g. for brick production)

Agricultural uses: soil amendment, fertilizer, cattle feeders, soil stabilization in stock feed yards, and agricultural stakes

Other applications include cosmetics, toothpaste, kitchen counter tops, floor and ceiling tiles, bowling balls, flotation devices, stucco, utensils, tool handles, picture frames, auto bodies and boat hulls, cellular concrete, geopolymers, roofing tiles, roofing granules, decking, fireplace mantles, cinder block, PVC pipe, etc.


1Silicon Dioxide(SiO2) Plus70
2Aluminium Oxide(Al2O3) plus IronOxide (Fe2O3) Min%35
3Silicon Dioxide(Sio2) by % mass Min5
4Maganesium Oxide(MgO) Max%2.75
5Sulphur Trioxide(SO3), Max%Nil
6Moisture Content Max %6
7Available Alkalies as Sodium Oxide (Na2O), Max%1.5
8Fineness % retained on 45 Micron n wet-sieving , Max %34

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