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Pumice and pumicite in New Mexico

Jerry M. Hoffer

Pumice and pumicite in New Mexico

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Published by New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources in Socorro .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Pumice -- New Mexico.,
    • Pumice industry -- New Mexico.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 19-20).

      Statementby Jerry M. Hoffer.
      SeriesBulletin / New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources ;, 140, Bulletin (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 140.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.N6 A232 no. 140, TN948.P74 A232 no. 140
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 23 p. :
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL937478M
      LC Control Number95621290
      OCLC/WorldCa31828553


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Bulletin —Pumice and Pumicite in New Mexico We are a research and service division of: By J. Hoffer,23 pp., 14 tables, 16 figs., 2 appendices. From toNew Mexico mines produced 1, mt of pumice and pumicite with an estimated value of approximately $19, The principal domestic uses of pumiceous materials include concrete admixtures and aggregates, building block, abrasives, laundry use, and landscaping.

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U.S. production of pumice and pumicite in was estimated attonnes, valued at $ million with approximately 46% coming from Nevada and Oregon.

Idaho is also known as a large producer of pumice because of the quality and brightness of the rock. of pumice followed in descending or der by, Idaho, New Mexico, Pumice and pumicite in New Mexico book, Arizona, and Kansas.

other unspecified uses. (See table 2.) Dom estic production data for pumice and Pumice and pumicite in New Mexico book were develope d by the USGS from a voluntary survey of U.S.

operations. Fourteen companies with 15 active operations. pumice followed in descending order by, New Mexico, California, Idaho, Arizona, and Kansas. Domestic production data for pumice and pumicite were developed by the USGS from one voluntary survey of Pumice and pumicite in New Mexico book.

Pumice imports in surged 67% compared with to operations. Fourteen companies with 15 active operationstons. Domestic Production and Use: In10 operations in five States produced pumice and pumicite.

Estimated production1 wastons with an estimated processed value of about $17 million, free on board (f.o.b.) plant. Pumice and pumicite were mined in California, Oregon, Idaho, New Mexico, and Kansas, in descending order of production. Pumice and pumicite sold or used by U.S.

producers decreased tot valued at $18 million. Oregon remained the leading source of pumice and pumicite, followed, in descending order, by New Mexico, California, Idaho, Arizona, and Kansas. Domestic production data for pumice and pumicite were developed by the U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS) from a. Pumice and pumicite sold or used by U.S. producers increased tometric tons (t) valued at $ million (table 1). Oregon remained the leading source of pumice and pumicite, followed, in descending order, by California, New Mexico, Idaho, Arizona, and Kansas.

Domestic production data for pumice and pumicite were developed by the U.S. Aboutmetric tons of pumice and pumicite were mined in the United States in The total value of this pumice was about $11, or an average of about $23 per ton at the mine.

The producing states were, in order of decreasing production: Oregon; Nevada; Idaho; Arizona; California; New Mexico; Kansas. New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources Bulletin,– Chesterman, C.

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plant. Production took place at 10 operations in 6 States. Pumice and pumicite were mined in Idaho, Oregon, California, New Mexico, Kansas, and Oklahoma, in.

Pumice can be found all across North America including on the Caribbean Islands. In the United States, pumice is mined in Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, California, New Mexico and Kansas.

U.S. production of pumice and pumicite in was estimated attonnes, valued at $ million with approximately 46% coming from Nevada and Oregon. Pumice is an extrusive igneous volcanic rock formed through the rapid cooling of air-pocketed lava, which results in a low-density, high-porosity rock.

Fine-grained pumice, or pumicite, is defined as minute grains, flakes, threads or shards of. In at least 15 US mines operated, with Oregon being the leading pumice producer, followed by New Mexico, California, Idaho, and Arizona.

Pumicite was produced in Kansas. Although the range in deposit size is large, a conservative estimate suggests that many occurrences have dimensions of ft by ft by 10 ft ( m by m by 3 m).

Pumice is solidified foam that forms from lava rich in gases. It has numerous pores in the form of bubbles and irregular cavities that absorb moisture. This lightweight stone is used to amend garden soil improving aeration and drainage while maintaining moisture levels.

3/8" x 0 sized Pumice 1/4" minus with about 20 % fines. Our pumice is horticulture grade, pH neutral, and. Production of pumice in the United States during was estimated to be kt (, st), a 5-percent increase compared to The unit value of pumice varied widely by end use in Pumice used as an abrasive was priced at $/t ($/st), while specialty-grade pumice, used in cosmetics, filtration or precision grinding, could be priced as high as $/t ($/st).

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The unit value of pumice varied by end use in Pumice used as an abrasive was priced at $/t ($/st), while specialty-grade pumice, used in cosmetics, filtration or precision grinding, was priced as high as $/t ($/st) on a spot basis. Fourteen companies operated 16 mines in Arizona, California, Idaho, Kansas, New Mexico and.

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U.S. pumice and pumicite production oft was valued at $ million. States that produced pumice or pumicite were, in order of decreasing production, Oregon, California, Idaho, New Mexico, and Kansas.

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PUMICE AND PUMICITE (Data in thousand metric tons unless otherwise noted) Domestic Production and Use: In10 operations in five States produced pumice and pumicite. Estimated production1 wastons with an estimated processed value of about $16 million, free on board (f.o.b.) plant.

Pumice and pumicite were mined in Oregon, California, Idaho, New Mexico. U.S. and global consumption of pumice is expected to decrease in due to the decline in the residential and commercial construction sectors, the major users of pumice- and pumicite-related products.

All pumice produced in the United States originates from open-pit mines in Arizona, California, Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico and Oregon.

Pumice is an unusually light rock due to the many bubbles inside it, Pdf 3(b). Pumice has an average porosity of 90% and initially floats on water.

Pumice varies in density according to the thickness of the solid material between the bubbles; many samples float in water.Other major pumice producers are Greece, Chile, Spain, Turkey, and the United States.

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