Product range: There are two types of Gypsum namely, Natural and FGD (Flue Gas Desuphurisation) Gypsum. Natural gypsum occurs in sedimentary rock formations and is found in over 85 countries, while FGD is a by-product of desulfurization of flue gas Natural gypsum and FGD gypsum have the same chemical composition, they are calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4·2H2O).

Key Specification: Gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O) is a naturally occurring mineral mined from deposits formed by ancient sea beds as a raw material, white when pure, but commonly grey, yellow, red or brown, owing to impurities. The anhydrous form (CaSO4), anhydrite, is common.



Primary source Iran, Oman, China, Turkey, Thailand
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