Make your own free website on Tripod.com

 


 

 

Mica Block

Knife dressed sheet mica of a minimum thickness of 0.18 mm (0.007 Inch), is called Block mica and of thickness between 0.05 up to 0.18 mm (0.007 to 0.030 Inch), is called thin mica. They are available both in random and calibrated thickness as per requirement.

The classification of muscovite mica blocks are as given below:-

V-1 & 2 Ruby Clear and Good Stained: - Hard, of uniform color, free from all vegetable and mineral stains, cracks, buckles and other similar defects and foreign inclusions. Very slightly wavy, and may contain slight air-inclusions.

V-3  & 4 Ruby AQ and Stained First:- Hard, free from  cracks and other similar defects and foreign inclusions, expect that may be wavy with slight buckles and may contain medium vegetable stains which are usually brown diffused stains, mineral stains and air-inclusions.

V-5 Ruby BQ and Stained B:- Hard, free from cracks and other similar defects and foreign inclusions, expect that may be wavy and slightly buckled and may contain heavy air-inclusions, heavy vegetable stains and medium mineral stains and black dots and may contain diffused brown stains and clay. 

V-6 Ruby Heavy Stained:- May be softer than better qualities but free from foreign inclusions and other similar defects, may contain marginal cracks, may be wavy and buckled, may contain heavy air-inclusions, heavy vegetable stains, medium mineral stains and black dots.

V-7 & 8 Spotted and Densely Stained: - Hard, free from cracks and other similar defects and foreign inclusions, expect that may be medium wavy and may contain slight buckles and vegetable stains, black and tiny red spotted mineral stain and heavy air-inclusions.

 

Declaimer Statement

Technical Data, Properties and specifications related to products described or mentioned are based on practical experience and should be used as guidelines only. We are not responsible for any loss or damage.

Send mail to tough@datainfosys.net with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright 2001 Tough International (P) Ltd.
Last modified: 01/14/02