Q1. What is gypsum rock ?
Gypsum is a very soft mineral that is easily identified by its hardness, cleavage, and solubility in water. Typically clear to white, gypsum may be colored reddish to brown or yellow if impurities are present.
Q2.Uses of Gypsum?
Gypsum uses include: manufacture of wallboard, cement, plaster of Paris, soil conditioning, a hardening retarder in portland cement. Varieties of gypsum known as “satin spar” and “alabaster” are used for a variety of ornamental purposes; however, their low hardness limits their durability.
Q3. Does Gypsum dissolve in water?
Gypsum is somewhat soluble in water, but more than 100 times more soluble than limestone in neutral pH soils. When applied to soil, its solubility depends on several factors, including particle size, soil moisture, and soil properties. neutralize acidity in low pH soils.
Q4. Can you supply regularly?
A. Sure. As we are having good network in procuring raw material and we have all facilities to supply our materials regularly to you.