Order the finest Celestine Ore Crystal from PERSOL

PERSOL is a leading Celestine ore supplier in the Middle East and distributes it to countries such as India and China. PERSOL's Celestine comes from valuable mines of Iran enabling us to win 30 percent of China Market Share. With the support of our team of experts, we are engaged in supplying of optimal quality Celestine at competitive prices. Establishing an effective network of offices in and out of the country, we ensure timely transportation of Celestine across the globe. In addition, PERSOL is expanding its Celestine sales in various countries and strengthening its position in the region.

What is Celestine Ore?

Celestine is a mineral consisting of strontium sulfate (SrSO4). It is one of the richest sources of strontium. Celestine is a well-shaped mineral, mainly occurs in sedimentary rocks across the world. Regularly, it is colorless but various impurities elaborate this crystalized mineral with the shade of soft blue, white, light red, green, or brown.

What are its Applications?

Celestine can be used in electromagnet, fluorescent glass, electronics industry (TV, Tablet and Screens), alloys and so forth.

Celestine is also used in fireworks, because of its ability to burn with a bright red flame. The beautiful red color of most fireworks is caused by adding a strontium compound to the pyrotechnic mixture. Strontium also has uses in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Where is it found?

Fine Celestine specimens have been obtained from many localities worldwide. Blue and white crystals are found in Italy associated with bright yellow Sulfur crystals in the famous Sicilian mines of Agrigento and Caltanissetta. Another locality of Celestine associated with Sulfur is in Poland. Iran is also rich in this stone and we are honored to be the top-notch Company in the export of this mineral to other countries

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