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  • In commerce, pumice is the term applied to larger pumice stones, while pumicite consists of fine grains or ash.

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  • Pumice and pumicite are used to make lightweight construction materials such as concrete block and concrete.

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  • About three-quarters of pumice and pumicite is consumed annually for this purpose.

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  • Expandable shale can be substituted for pumice and pumicite in the building block and concrete applications.

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  • There is no lack of pumice and pumicite, as world resources are extensive.

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  • Engine companies carry an oil pick up absorbent product that is a pumicite volcanic ash derivative.

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  • In the United States, Arizona, California, New Mexico and Oregon are the major producers of pumice, accounting for the majority of the nation’s pumice and pumicite production.

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  • Pumicite (pumice) in its powdered ordust form is a volcanic rock

    October 22, 2014