Company Name : GEMİNA GIDA DIŞ TİC. A.Ş.
Web Site :
Email :
Tel : +90(216) 504 14 31
Fax : +90(216) 504 13 85
Other minerals and products manufactured by this company are below:
Mineral Name : FELDSPAR
Mineral Detail : Feldspar is an aluminosilicate mineraland is classified into three groups accordingto the element in its composition: potassium, sodi­um and calcium feldspars. It is widely pro­ duced in WestAnatolia in Milas, Yatagan, Karpuzlu and Simav.
Mineral Name : BENTONITE
Mineral Detail :

is an absorbent aluminium phyllosilicate, essentially impure clay consisting mostly of montmorillonite. Bentonite usually forms from weathering of volcanic ash, most often in the presence of water.

However, the term bentonite, as well as a similar clay called tonstein, has been used to describe clay beds of uncertain origin. For industrial purposes, two main classes of bentonite exist: sodium and calcium bentonite.

Mineral Name : PERLITE
Mineral Detail :

Is used in a number of different situations. The majority of perlite is used in construction products, mainly ceiling tiles and roof insulation products, but also as refractory bricks (a refractory brick is a brick designed to withstand very high temperatures), pipe insulation, and filling in masonry block construction.

For example, loose perlite is poured into holes in concrete blocks after they are laid in place to improve the insulating quality of the construction. Perlite is also used as an insulator in other ways in the construction of buildings. It reduces noise and, since it is non-combustible, it also improves the fire resistance of different construction components in buildings.

Mineral Name : PUMICE STONE
Mineral Detail :

Pumice is a light and porous type of pyroclastic igneous rock. It is formed from the lava that is full of gas. During the explosive volcanic eruptions, the liquid lava is ejected in the air. As the lava hurtles through the air, it cools and the gases escape from the rock, leaving it full of holes.

Any type of igneous rock can form pumice rock, provide suitable eruptive conditions it get. It can be andesite, basalt, dacite or rhyolite. When larger amounts of gas are present in the rock, the resultant is a finger-grained variety of pumice, which is known as pumicite.

Pumice is popular in making lightweight concrete and is used as abrasive, particularly in polishes and cosmetics exfoliants. When pumice is used as an additive for cement, its fine-grained version knowns as pozzolan is mixed with lime to form a light-weight, smooth, plaster-like concrete. This type of concrete has been in use since Roman times.

Mineral Detail :