Magnesium Carbonate

Magnesium carbonate is a chemical compound MgCO3, a white solid occurring in nature as a mineral.

Magnesite occurs in ultramafic rocks and in contact rocks in regional metamorphic terrains, in their carbonate form (MgCO3).

Magnesium has two lines of magnesium carbonate known as MAG-M and MAG-P, which have a great granulometry diversity.

Purity Content: 42% – 45% Magnesium Oxide (MgO)
Active Magnesium: 25% – 28%

APPLICATIONS:

Magnesium carbonate has several applications, but most of its production in Brazil is destined to the manufacture of magnesium oxide.

Fertilizers

Production of Ceramics and Porcelain

Production of Special Papers

Flow Powder Production

Steel Industry