Barium is derived from the Greek word Barus, which means heavy. Common minerals are barium, barite and witherite. Barite is the dominant barium mineral used in industry. Barium sulfate is found in many parts of the world and is mined and processed in several countries. Because barite is a heavy and chemically neutral mineral, it is used in the oil, automotive, and paint industries. Barite is used in products such as traffic cones, car candles, brake pads, golf balls, ceramics, paint, casting, porcelain, cosmetics, and anti-slip varnish. Barite is also used in insulating clothes. It is used as a filler in vacuum tubes, fireworks and explosives, radiation protection, nuclear reactors, pharmaceuticals and medicine. Asia Mines and Minerals Development Company with barite mines and production of crystal barite and drilling and industrial barite powder for use in glass, paper, rubber, plastic, and barite industries required in the production of cement blocks resistant to radiation and radioactive rays produce.