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heat a substance so that it oxidizes or reduces

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The calciner and marine plays a crucial role in Alba's operations, especially as we embark on further expansion.
Carbon Engineering uses natural gas to drive the calciner process.
Thermal processing products and services include some of the largest high-efficiency Dryers and Coolers in the world, as well as Calciners, Bulk Material Processors and Pilot Plant Laboratory Testing Systems.
The visiting officials were given a tour of Alba's Calciner & Marine plant and showcased the environmental benefits of the plant.
Al Ali, Dubal's vice-president of supply and a board member of Sinoway Carbon, explained that the new calciner was built in two equal phases of 280,000 tonnes each: Phase I was completed in May 2013, with Phase II being commissioned.
Temporary lifters were installed in the calciner to provide better spodumene pre-heating and heat transfer within the kiln.
Hourly samples of all raw materials (lime stone, bauxite & iron ore), raw meal, kiln coal, calciner coal, clinker and Chemical ETP Sludge waste were collected and one composite sample on daily basis was made.
Its 2010 project has been the installation of a continuous belt calciner oven for its wash coating facility which has increased manufacturing by 80%.
Deliveries will include a gas suspension calciner, hydrate storage and reclaiming equipment, pan filters, baghouse filters, a pipe conveyor and a material handling system for two silos of 25,000 tonnes each.
2] from the calciner are dedusted in a cyclone and cooled in a heat exchanger by the air that fluidizes the calciner.
For decades, DOE used calcinations to convert liquid radioactive waste to a dry solid and DOE tried to characterize Calciner emissions.
IMERYS, Atlanta, Georgia, USA said its North American Performance Minerals & Ceramics (NAPMC) will cease production of paper grade products at the Dry Branch, Georgia facility and will be discontinuing operation of its Number 3 Calciner, a 45,000 ton per year production unit, by the end of December 2005.
Goldberg and Erickson (1987) observe that when a coker is a sole supplier of petroleum coke to a calciner, it is almost invariably the calciner who decides on the quantity.
The wood and coke were then added to coal at a ratio of 15 percent wood and coke to 85 percent coal, pulverized in a coal mill, and used as fuel to fire burners in the calciner and rotary kiln at the plant.
plant for organic pigments, and construction of a "state-of-the-art" calciner as part of a $40 million expansion of the Middle Georgia kaolin facility.