burnt lime


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Synonyms for burnt lime

a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide

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Expensive desulphurisation agents, such as high-grade burnt lime or magnesium, or those that are difficult to handle, for example calcium carbide, no longer need to be procured separately.
Do not use quicklime, burnt lime, hydrated lime or other chemically active "hot" limes.
The recommendation also assumes that approximately 4 years will be required for the limestone to completely react, although materials such as slaked or burnt lime react much more quickly.
The Finnish limestone products producer Nordkalk Corporation said on Wednesday (12 May) that its Swedish subsidiary Nordkalk AB had signed an agreement with the Swedish paper products company Imerys Mineral AB on delivery of burnt lime for production of the paper pigment PCC.
For example, a burden-optimization model automatically determines the required quantities of mixtures of iron carriers, coke, burnt lime, and other additives.
Add burnt lime (CaO) to each batch (pH neutralization)