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Colgate launches revolutionary Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™ toothpaste

09th August 2011
Colgate launches revolutionary Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™ toothpaste A pioneering innovation for instant and long-lasting relief from problem of tooth sensitivity Lucknow: Colgate-Palmolive (India) Ltd, the market leader in oral care, today ann... Read >
Author: PR24x7

Choose From Our Huge Selection Of World Class Pearls And Add A New Look To Your Style

17th May 2011
Every woman is fond of beautiful jewelry. We cannot deny that gold, silver, coral and many other gemstones are preferred as ornament among women. There is also another one, a beautiful gift of nature that is widely used as a gemstone. We are talking about... Read >
Author: Ricky Pointing

Preparation of fine calcium carbonate patent Project Profile - fine calcium carbonate, preparation -

03rd May 2011
HC coating Network News: Preparation of fine particle problems and deficiencies of calcium carbonate, to provide an electromagnetic field of the magnetization, polarization, and ultrasonic cavitation field synergy conditions, strengthen the carbonation re... Read >
Author: dsdsdv

Global Calcium Carbonate Market to Reach 108.5 Million Tons

09th February 2011
Global Calcium Carbonate Market to Reach 108.5 Million Tons by 2015, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. Asia-Pacific represents the largest regional market for calcium carbonate worldwide, as stated by the new market research rep... Read >
Author: donmonnemonne

Limestone crusher for cement plant

14th December 2010
Cement is a mixture of limestone, clay and others processed by high temperature calcination. Glass is from the limestone, quartz sand, soda ash and other mixture, and obtained by high temperature melting, iron with limestone used as flux to remove gangue,... Read >
Author: yjcrane

Properties and Uses of Sandstone in India

09th August 2010
Sandstone is a stone comprising granules of quartz and various other minerals. Sandstone is of uniform size and is rounded. Sandstone could be better defined as a sedimentary rock with a coarse face. It consists of quartz-cemented carbonate and calcium ca... Read >
Author: A John

Interesting Pearl Facts and Myths

22nd February 2010
Ever wondered where pearls were first discovered? How about the most expensive pearl in the whole world? In this article, I'll share to you some fun pearl facts that would surely interest you. 1. Pearl is the birthstone for the month of June as well as fo... Read >
Author: Michelle A.

Helps homeowners solve hard water problems ….without salt or chemicals!

27th November 2009
Magna-Tek Systems, an Ontario based company, continues to help satisfied homeowners with its AquaMagna no-salt water conditioner designed to reduce scale build up and alleviate hard water problems. There are many benefits to having hard water magnets. ... Read >
Author: aquamagna

The Marvel of Marble: Seattle Counter Tops

26th November 2009
Prized for its beauty and luminescence since ancient times, marble is widely used in sculptures, building art and construction. Not only is marble used in its pure form as a stone, but it is also crushed and used for its calcium carbonate (in toothpaste, ... Read >
Author: dsorberhomeshow

Yacht Cooling Systems

20th October 2009
The majority of yachts with inboard engines are built with fresh-water cooling systems. These fresh water systems in conjunction with the raw water system cool the engine during operation. The fresh water circulates within the engine and transfers the eng... Read >
Author: Marinetrader

Turquoise - Telling Fakes from the Real Deal

01st June 2009
Over the years, turquoise jewelry has become very popular in the United States, and to some extent, around the world. If you are reading this article, it would come as a great surprise if you did not own at least one sterling silver turquoise pendant! In... Read >
Author: Geonerd20

Two Marble Floor Polishing Methods

18th May 2009
Prior to the past 15 years, Marble was largely reserved for commercial and public buildings, monuments and a very small number of supremely expensive, private mansions. In these applications, the marble was scrubbed with soap and water while it slowly los... Read >
Author: yxpweed

What Exactly are Pearls... and, Why are They so Special?

01st May 2009
Pearls are one of nature's most wonderful gifts. They are formed by mollusks and, unlike other precious gems, come from nature perfect and without further need of shaping by man. The color of the mollusk's shell determines the color of the pearls. Not... Read >
Author: chaoticconformity

Giving Your Plants A Boost With Epsom Salts

28th March 2009
Use this old household remedy to give some plants a boost. Many gardeners are familiar with benefits of applying Epsom salts to tomatoes, peppers, and roses but if you are not then let me explain the benefits. The purpose is to improve magnesium conte... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

Marble Stone Types

13th March 2009
Marble refers to a metamorphic rock formed by alteration of limestone or dolomite, often irregularly colored by impurities. Marble composed mostly of calcite, a crystalline form of calcium carbonate, CaCO3. It is widely used for sculpture, as a building m... Read >
Author: yxpweed
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