Approx Price: Rs / Ton
Quartz Grains / Quartz lumps is the second most abundant material. Quartz is nothing but the most common form of silica. Its most common use is that it can be used as a source for vibrations in clocks because it vibrates constantly when a small voltage is applied to it.
As it is the second most common mineral on the earth. It is obvious that India also owns some of it. India has some large reserves of silicate crystal.
Major reserves of quartz grains in India are found in the following states:
The reserves of silicate are spread all over the state Rajasthan. Tamil Nadu also has some high deposits of quartz, it comes second after Rajasthan in terms of number quartz deposits.
Quartz sand is the most common form of silica but it has many impurities in it, after removing those impurities pure quartz is extracted. I recommend buying from industry in Rajasthan, Mahaveer Ceramic Industries. They provide great quality of quartz grains in India and large exporters to like China, Japan, South Korea, UAE, Vietnam, Malaysia, Qatar, Turkey, Thailand, Oman, Sri lanka, Saudi arabia etc .