Limestone is a sedimentary rock, formed by inorganic remains, such as shells or skeletons, that have compressed for a very long time. The main element found in Limestone is calcium carbonate but it may contain magnesium, iron or manganese as well, which affect the whiteness and hardness. Limestone powder is one of the major ingredients used in construction materials but also has many other uses in daily life.
Limestone powder, also known as limestone flour or limestone dust, is a finely ground powder obtained from the sedimentary rock called limestone. It is produced by crushing and grinding limestone rocks into a powder form. Limestone powder has a wide range of applications across various industries due to its unique properties, it can be used as a filler material because of its ability to improve the physical properties of other materials.