American Tripoli and Sandstone

Cream Tripoli

tripoli cream powder products

Cream Tripoli can be used in metal finishing, automotive friction products due to reformulation to non-asbestos products, lapidary, metal substitute finishing, plastics, and polymers in polyolefin purging compounds. A free-flowing non-metallic powder, odorless, cream and rose-colored, and insoluble in water

Rose Tripoli
tripoli rose powder products
As the abrasive component in various polishing formula, Rose Tripoli with its iron oxide content will slightly more aggressive. The particles are naturally crumbly, breaking down, or crumbling into smaller particles during application. First the particles will cut the surface and, as they break down, will begin to polish, or color the finished item.
Sand Stone
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Sandstone is a multi-purpose material and has been used to construct buildings, statues, and fountains. It is commonly used for grinding, industrial sand and in asphalt concrete.

It also has two major applications, as crushed stone and as dimension stone. Dimension stone is any rock material that is cut into specific sizes, typically as blocks and slabs. Crushed stone is used in the construction of roadways and road structures such as bridges, and in buildings, both commercial and residential.
Flint Chert
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Flint is a variety of microcrystalline or cryptocrystalline quartz. It can be used as the cutting edge in some of the finest surgical tools. One of the first uses of quartz, in the form of flint, was the production of sharp objects such as knife blades, scrapers, and projectile points such as arrowheads

Fill Dirt
tripoli fill dirt
Used to fill in a depression or hole in the ground or create mounds or otherwise change the grade or elevation of real property.

American Tripoli offers delivery of fill dirt, either screened or unscreened, within a 35-mile radius distance of our quarry.
Creators Desiccant Powder
desiccant powder products
American Tripoli Creators Desiccant Powder is used often in Column Chromatography as the stationary phase. It is mixed together with the solvent in the column making a slurry, then letting the solvent drain leaving the Silica sitting evenly in the column. The Silica helps space out or separate the fractions of compounds being passed through the stationary phase.