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DC Directly Compressible Calcium Carbonate Supplier, Manufacturer's Representative
FInOrIC, etymologically derived from our business line of Fine Inorganic, Organic and Industrial Chemicals, offers chemicals for Oil & Gas Exploration, Hydraulic Fracturing, Production, Stimulation, Coiled Tubing, Food & Feed Ingredients, Mineral Fortifiers and Pharmaceutical Excipients, in 55 countries across 5 continents. Backed by company owned & operated full-fledged chemical manufacturing facilities in Pleasanton, Midland & Houston, Texas with associated manufacturing sites in India, UAE and China we are a truly multi-national chemical manufacturer and distributor.
Our services are 24/7 deliveries, including week-end deliveries, wellsite logistics in ISO tanks, logistics & warehousing across the US and world, sourcing from overseas, manufacturing overseas, quality control, OSHA, DoT & GHS compliance, etc.
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For MSDS Sheet Click MSDS SDS of DC Directly Compressible Calcium Carbonate Suppliers
Directly Compressible Calcium Carbonate
DC CaCO3 Suppliers
Calcium carbonate is an efficient acid neutralizer that rapidly, neutralizing the excess acid in the stomach. An added advantage is the elemental calcium brought into the body, which contributes to healthy bones and helps prevent osteoporosis. Precipitated calcium carbonate is a purer form as against grounded natural calcium carbonate and it is therefore, preferred.For ease of swallowing, the tablets should be made as small as possible. The high density of calcium carbonate allow the maximum antacid active to be packed in a small tablet. Calcium carbonates must be granulated before converting to tablets though they have poor compressibility, so are not directly compressible. Granulation involves mixing the calcium carbonate with some binder such as starch, acacia gum or maltodextrin, , usually at a 5 to 10 percent binder level and then agglomerating to a larger particle. All the logic is covered in our directly compressible calcium carbonate product.
Specifications of DC Directly Compressible Calcium Carbonate (90% or as required)
Description: White to off-white granular powder
Assay: Calcium Carbonate minimum 90% or as required.
Tapped density: Not less than 0.9 m/cc
Moisture / LOD @ 105C: Not more than 1.5%
Acid insoluble substances: Not more than 0.2%
Arsenic: Not more than 1ppm
Heavy metals as Pb: Not more than 5ppm
Lead Pb: Not more than 0.5ppm
Cadmium: Not more than 1ppm
Chloride: Not more than 330ppm
Sulphate: Not more than 0.25%
Mercury: Not more than 0.1ppm
Iron: Not more than 200ppm
Magnesium & Alkali metals: Not more than 1%
Particle size distribution:
Through 16 mesh: Not less than 98%
Through 18 mesh: Not less than 95%
Through 200 mesh: Not more than 20%
On 60 mesh: Not more 75%
Microbial Count: Total plate count: Not more than 1000cfu/gm; Yeast & Mould count: Not more than 100cfu/gm
Suppliers, Manufacturer's Representative:
Beasley Houston, Midland & Pleasanton, Texas, USA.
Tel: 1-855-346-6742 (1-855-FINORIC)
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