Potash Feldspar (KAlSi3O8) is a naturally occurring mineral with properties that make it an exceptional functional filler and extender used for matte glazes in a wide range of industrial applications. Our high purity milled and processed feldspar products are widely used in the ceramic, glass and engineered stone industry.

Composition K2O.Al2O3.6SiO2
Color White, Grey, Pink.
Products Available Lumps, Chips, Powder.
Product Size Range As per Customer specifications.
Supply Capacity
  • Lumps: 30,000 MTS/ Month.
  • Chips: 20,000 MTS/ Month.
  • Powder: 5,000 MTS/ Month.
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Application of Feldspar

One of the most well-known applications for white feldspar is in the ceramic industry. It strengthens and ensures the durability of fired bodies.

We are a leading supplier of high potassium, low-iron, high-fluxing potash feldspar, which is essential for whiteness and translucency in ceramic applications.

Key Qualities

  • Excellent Semi-Reinforcing Filler
  • Consistent Color
  • Stable Size Distribution
  • Consistent Quality
  • High Loading

Feldspar is commonly used to produce glass with excellent optical properties and strength for industrial and chemical applications. Glass-making requires material that are free from contaminants, consistent in size, and low in iron content. It gives the finished glass products firmness, flexibility, cohesion, and chemical resistance.

Key Qualities

  • High-Quality Optical Properties
  • Suitable for Solar Applications
  • Control of Grain Size Distribution
  • Meets Requirements for Automotive, Commercial and Residential Construction.

A popular and cost saving alternative to natural stone, engineered stone often uses feldspar products as a base material.

Feldspar improves the strength and durability of the building material, with no black specks to spoil visual appearance in the final product. 

Key Qualities

  • Cost Saving
  • Alternate Filler Material
  • High durability and Strength
  • Gives contemporary Visual Effect to the final product.