Bmc garnet is mined from almandine mineral deposit sources on the coastal stretch of south india. The almandine garnet is the heaviest and hardest of the all the garnet types in its own group, which makes it an ideal abrasive grain for various industrial applications.
garnet is mined as a gemstone and as an industrial mineral, but it is valued primarily for its many industrial applications. Almandine garnet grains are the most versatile natural blasting & cutting medium available in the international market today. Its inherent physical and chemical uniformity ensures better performance and its repeatability makes it ideally suitable for the blasting industry. Garnet is gradually displacing the other substitute blasting media because of its environment friendly utility and reusability thus eliminating the health risks associated with other conventional blasting media.
bmc garnet is available in a range of tightly screened abrasive blasting products to suit every application and site requirement. 12/40 mesh:
one of the most preferred products for multi-media-water-filtration systems. It can also be used for specialized application where excessive surface profiling is required or very high built coating systems are to be removed. surface profile:
100-150 microns. 20/40:
it is an abrasive that can be utilized for heavy-duty coating removal. It''s recyclability and nominal production rates makes it one of the most preferred repair-grade abrasives. surface profile:
75-100 micron. 20/60 mesh:
it is the most cost effective and excellent abrasive of its kind. Its repeatability makes it suited for fast and efficient removal of existing coatings when compared to other traditionally used abrasive medium. surface profile:
50-90 microns. chemical composition: