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

The process of adding water to calcium oxide to produce calcium hydroxide is referred to as hydration process or lime slaking. The hydration process, when done with just the right amount of water for chemical reaction, is called dry hydration process

QUICK LIME CALCINED LIME BURNT LIME Part of the extracted LIME STONE, selected according to its chemical composition and granularity, is calcined at about 900 deg cent. in Vertical kiln, fired by solid fuels. The carbon di-oxide of the LIMESTONE

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