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China clay

see kaolin.
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It's part of Cornwall's industrial heritage producing China clay for the likes of Wedgwood.
Members of the Glamorgan Constabulary in Cornwall during the 1913 china clay strike PICTURE: Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum
Pennon said it has developed two disused china clay pits in Cornwall as it looks to secure water supply for the south west region.
Sarayi (Andhra Pradesh), May 11 (ANI): Hundreds of tribals went on a rampage in protest of proposed mining of China clay in Sarayi village in Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday and beat up politicians representing the area.
The tourist attraction, in an abandoned china clay pit near St Austell, cost pounds 80m to build and was launched in 2001.
The low cost available natural clay materials like China clay (Gupta, et al.
We headed towards nearby St Austell, once the rich centre of the china clay industry.
He considers such industries as mining and quarries, windmills and water wheels, brickworks and china clay, agriculture and flowers, brewing, and fishing.
The minister said that Swat is rich in china clay, marble, emerald, limestone, granite, feldspar, mica, quartz, barite, pyroxenes, garnets, magnetite, tourmalines, vermiculite and kainite and all these substances posses huge industrial potential and are heavily used in production of various high end products.
High-fill compounds with up to 85 per cent by weight of fillers such as chalk, talc, china clay or wood powder.
Their bodies are made from crunch dry snow-white china clay, fired at 1240 c.
The former china clay pit, once barren, now teems with more than a million plants drawn from 5,000 different species, uniquely able to thrive thanks to Cornwall's mild climate and the project's two huge blames.

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