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Being an internationally recognized company Rishabhdev Micro Minerals is known for its highquality calcium carbonate products and reliance on decades of experience in the industry and achieving customized services using stateoftheart technologies across all regions and locations

  • Calcium Carbonate Grinding Plant

    Calcium Carbonate Grinding Plant

    Calcium carbonate is the main raw material to make cement, lime and calcium carbide, and it is an indispensable flux limestone in metallurgical industry....
    Feeding Size:≤25-≤30mm Discharging Size:0.125- 0.044mm

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  • Quartz Crushing Plant

    Quartz Crushing Plant

    quartz with the color of black, dark gray and dark brown is a common basic volcanic rock mineral. With advantages of good corrosion resistance, compression resistance and oxidation resistance, quartz is widely used in roads, railways, construction, buildi...
    Processing capacity: 30-700 t/hApplied material: quartz, bank gravel

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  • Granite Crushing And Screening Line In Norway

    Granite Crushing And Screening Line In Norway

    Main Equipments: PE1200×1500 jaw crusher, cone crusher, vibrating scree, vibrating feeder and conveyor....
    Raw Material: granite Capacity: 600t/h Working Period: From March 2014 until now

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  • Slag Micro Powder Plant with Annual Output of 600,000 tons in Saudi Arabia

    Slag Micro Powder Plant with Annual Output of 600,000 tons in Saudi Arabia

    The whole equipment includes vibrating feeder, jaw crusher, Raymond mill, bucket elevator, belt conveyor, adjusting hopper, control cabinet, etc. The main grinding equipment is our patented product, 4525 Raymond Mill, with the capacity of 35t/h....
    Processing capacity: 35T/H per machineApplied material: Slag

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