Pegmatite and Kimberlite Uses

1 Uses
1.1 Architecture
1.1.1 Interior Uses
Decorative Aggregates, Flooring, Interior Decoration
Countertops, Decorative Aggregates, Homes, Interior Decoration
1.1.2 Exterior Uses
As Building Stone, As Facing Stone, Paving Stone
As Building Stone, Paving Stone, Garden Decoration
1.1.3 Other Architectural Uses
1.2 Industry
1.2.1 Construction Industry
As Dimension Stone, Building houses or walls, Construction Aggregate, for Road Aggregate, Landscaping
As a Flux in the Production of Steel and Pig Iron, As a Sintering Agent in Steel Industry to process Iron Ore, As Dimension Stone, Cement Manufacture, for Road Aggregate, Making natural cement, Manufacture of Magnesium and Dolomite Refractories
1.2.2 Medical Industry
Not Yet Used
Taken as a Supplement for Calcium or Magnesium
1.3 Antiquity Uses
Artifacts, Sculpture, Small Figurines
Artifacts, Monuments, Sculpture, Small Figurines
1.4 Other Uses
1.4.1 Commercial Uses
Creating Artwork, Jewelry, Source of corundum, tourmalines, beryls and topaz
An Oil and Gas Reservoir, As a Feed Additive for Livestock, Gemstone, Metallurgical Flux, Production of Lime, Soil Conditioner, Source of Magnesia (MgO)

Uses of Pegmatite and Kimberlite

There are many uses of Pegmatite and Kimberlite based on their unique properties. All rocks due to their properties, texture, color etc. have variety of uses. Know all about Pegmatite and Kimberlite and their uses in industries and architecture in the upcoming sections.

  • Commercial uses of Pegmatite: creating artwork, jewelry, source of corundum, tourmalines, beryls and topaz.
  • Commercial uses of Kimberlite: an oil and gas reservoir, as a feed additive for livestock, gemstone, metallurgical flux, production of lime, soil conditioner, source of magnesia (mgo).
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