We are a leading Royal organization engaged in offering a wide range of China Clay which is available in different forms such as granule, powder and lumps. It is a natural mineral which can be denoted chemically by the hydrated aluminum silicate.
We utilize highly reliable and advanced processes in order to formulate this product so as to ensure its wide industrial applications.

We are specialized in offering extra ordinary Quartz, which is collected from best mines and mineral processing units across the country. Available in different grades, the Quartz offered by us has been able to cater to varied need of our diverse customers. Quartz is the most abundant and most common mineral on the Earth. It is found in almost every geological environment and also it is at least a component of almost every rock type. It has a hexagonal crystal structure and is made of trigonal crystallized silica. It is most varied in terms of varieties, colors and forms.

The transparent variety tends to be macrocrystalline and the cryptocrystalline varieties are either translucent or mostly opaque. Feldspar is manufactured and supplied by us at very competitive prices. Natural and pure are the terms that indicate the qualities of the feldspar mineral provided by us. Used in large number of industries for multiple industrial applications,
Ofcourse in various sizes and grades pure feldspar can be availed at the most reasonable prices.
We are called as one of the renowned feldspar manufacturers and exporters from India.

Ball Clay is a variety of Kaolinite, like china-clay. It differs from china-clay in having high plasticity and less refractoriness. In chemical composition, ball and china clays do not differ greatly except that the former contains a larger proportion of silica. It has derived its name from the practice of removing it in the form of ball-like lumps from the clay pits in the UK. Localized seams in the same deposit have variations in composition, including the quantity of the major minerals and accessory minerals. They are fine-grained and plastic in nature, and, unlike most earthenware clays, produce a fine quality white-coloured pottery body when fired, which is the key to their popularity with potters. Ball clays are relatively scarce deposits due to the combination of geological factors needed for their formation and preservation.

Ball Clay is a variety of Kaolinite, like china-clay. It differs from china-clay in having high plasticity and less refractoriness. In chemical composition, ball and china clays do not differ greatly except that the former contains a larger proportion of silica. It has derived its name from the practice of removing it in the form of ball-like lumps from the clay pits in the UK. Localized seams in the same deposit have variations in composition, including the quantity of the major minerals and accessory minerals. They are fine-grained and plastic in nature, and, unlike most earthenware clays, produce a fine quality white-coloured pottery body when fired, which is the key to their popularity with potters. Ball clays are relatively scarce deposits due to the combination of geological factors needed for their formation and preservation.