LIME for Glass ManufacturingA Commercial important property of LIME is its ability to form SILICATES. When LIME is heated with SILICA SAND (SiO2) and SODIUM CARBONATE (Na2CO3) a solution is formed that does not crystallize when cooled. Instead, it h

We manufacture and supply High Purity and low silica CALCINED LIME aka QUICK LIME which is very useful for steel melting shop at a steel plant. It helps in quality basic slag formation, long refractory life of furnace, on time slag formation resultin

We manufacture and supply Quick Lime used in sulfite-pulping process at paper mills. This process uses acid to dissolve the glue that holds the fibers (cellulose) together. When acidic water discharged from this process is neutralized, Quick Lime is

We manufacture and supply High Purity and Low Silica CALCINED LIME aka QUICK LIME which is very useful for steel melting shop at a steel plant. It helps in quality basic slag formation, long refractory life of furnace, on time slag formation resultin

LIME for Water Softening HYDRATED LIME is used to remove carbonate hardness from the water. Hardness caused by other calcium and magnesium salts, called non-carbonate hardness, is generally treated by means of the LIME-SODA process, which entails th

LIME FOR pH Adjustment HYDRATED LIME is widely used to adjust the pH of water to prepare it for further treatment. LIME is also used to combat “red water” by neutralizing the acid water, thereby reducing corrosion of pipes and mains from acid waters

Making LIMELIME is a manufactured alkaline product created from LIME STONE, or calcium carbonate. LIMESTONE is crushed and fed into a huge rotary kiln. It is heated to about 2, 000 degrees Fahrenheit by natural gas and combustion air to form LIME by

we are MANUFACTURERS OF QUICK LIME aka CALCINED LIME which is used in the steel plant for production of basic sinter, as a desulphurizing agent, as a slag forming material to remove impurities in basic oxygen furnace (BOF) and in electric arc furnac

Limestone when heated starts decomposing into lime (CaO) and carbon di-oxide (CO2) at 810 deg C. The process is called calcination of limestone. It is a thermal treatment process which is carried out for the thermal decomposition of the raw limestone

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