Demand of Cenosphere exporter in Various Industries

A cenosphere is an inert, lightweight, and hollow sphere that is largely made up of silica and alumina filled with air and inert gas, which is usually produced at thermal power plants as a byproduct of coal combustion. Generally, the color of the cenosphere ranges from gray to almost white with a density of about 0.4-0.8 g/cm3 (0.014-0.029 lb/cu in) which contributes as a great buoyancy. As a result, cenosphere is exclusively considered as a free flowing powder that is comprised of hard-shelled, tiny, and hollow spheres collected from coal ash. Because of these qualities, the demand for the cenosphere exporter has immensely increased as the byproduct consist of higher particle strength, lower value of thermal conductivity, ultra-low density, and impermeability that is suitable for its usage in various industries. The particles are 75% lighter compared to other different minerals which are used as fillers in clay, talc, and calcium carbonate and 30%, furthermore, lighter than general pitches. The great finished outcome of cenosphere is immeasurable like tiles of space boats, flying machine coatings and oil well bonds.


However, several techniques have been evolved over the last 50 years to mend the metal values from the coal ash. Different studies have focused on the extraction of alumina, carbon, magnetite, cenosphere, and several other metal values. The elements present in coal ash, aluminum, and iron have been tested by the cenosphere exporter to ensure the quality of the particles. Regaining of element components from coal ash has been proficient for its use in the both physical and chemical processes.

For recovering the major constituents of coal ash, a chemical processed test is been formulated and scaled-up in four general categories, that is:

  1. Hydrothermal leaching
  2. Sinter-leach
  3. Gas solid reaction
  4. Direct reduction

Therefore, the cenosphere exporter exports the fly ash particles to multiple industries for various purposes:

  • Foam insulation
  • Coal ash mineral wool
  • Fly ash fire bricks
  • Decorative glass
  • Filler application
  • Light weight refractories
  • Fire abatement application

Cenosphere Exporter Delivering Quality Fly-ash

Cenosphere is a type of sialic bead and minute glass particle that is extracted from fly ash in thermal power plants, for the reason that it can float on the water. Its chemical composition is SiO and AlO. They also recognized as Hollow Ceramic Microsphere and Cenosphere exporter calls it with trade names like Spherelite, Cenolite, and Lifefilletc Standard Grades. In the present situation, we grasp the cenosphere disc that is blended with fly ash-talc with absorbent material (Naphthalene) and 10 % Sodium Hexa Meta phosphate (SHMP) supplement to the mixture. As upsurge in the talc percentage, the concentration of water is decreased while the absorbent material (Naphthalene) is added up to 60% the absorption of water slowly starts increasing. Roughly 75% of India’s electrical energy is made by burning coal in thermal power plants, though hydroelectric production covers around 20%, whereas the remaining 5% is produced mainly by solar, nuclear, and wind power coal burning leading to the generation of huge amount of solid waste in the form of fly ash.


Cenosphere is extensively used as a lightening mixture for oil-well cement as

  • it can increase the liquidity of cement slurry,
  • it delays weightlessness time of cement slurry,
  • mend the anti-gas channeling ability of cement slurry,
  • reinforce the strength of the cement slurry,
  • it can react with the cement hydration materials and generate compounds that have gelation property, conductivity quantity and sponginess of cement stone.

Their chemical characteristics, sphere-shaped and hollow morphology, as well as their mechanical and energy lightening properties, that can be abused to the main advantage obtained by cenosphere in contrast with other alternative filling compounds is their low density. Low thermal shock and low impression strength caused by Silica is the main component of fly ash. Cenosphere exporter uses a 600 kg bags with polyethylene liners that are required to be stored in a dehydrated area far from every source of water. They are dedicated to providing Cenosphere that is highly efficient, consists high quality, and have high environmental production material for the global customers.