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satisfy (thirst)

make less active or intense

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cause to heat and crumble by treatment with water

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The objective was to examine if borate can partially causticize sodium carbonate in the recovery boiler and therefore reduce lime requirement in the slaker and the resulting lime mud flow in the causticizing plant and lime kiln.
Request for Proposal: Lime slaker & ammoniator repair
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Lime slakers consist of a feeder, a means of water control, and a slaker.
The original lime storage bins, slaker, and feed pumps would only see occasional usage for plant influent pH control once the vacuum filters were abandoned.
The lime slurry, prepared in a Portabatch lime slaker at about 32 percent solids, was delivered and spread by slurry trucks handling 10 to 12 tons of lime solids.
The line-up of Svedala products to support FGD systems include grinders, attrition lime slakers, and agitators, as well as pumps for processing and recycling lime slurry.
Westpro is able to design and build all types of mineral processing equipment crushing, agglomeration, grinding mills, attrition scrubbers, flotation systems, clarifiers, thickener, rotary dryers, lime slakers, and more.
Borrowing from plasma physics, one device employs ultra-high intensity magnetic fields applied to critical feed, mix, and output points of slakers and eductors that produce lime, caustic, and hypo mix for water or wastewater plants where scale build-up is a problem.
Borrowing from plasma physics, one device employs ultra-high intensity magnetic fields applied to critical feed, mix, and output points of slakers and educators that produce lime, caustic, and hypo mix for water or wastewater plants where scale build-up is a problem.