Lump quicklime

A ball quicklime is a lumpy material consisting of calcium oxides (primarily CaO) and magnesium (MgO). In a small amount, it may contain silicates, ferrites, calcium and magnesium aluminates, and undecomposed parts of calcium carbonate. The content of these components is determined by the purity of the raw material and the characteristics of production.

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GROUND QUICKLIME

Ground quicklime is fully corresponds to the lump material. The difference is only in the method of processing the base: fine fractions are extracted by grinding of ball lime using special crushing equipment.

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HYDRATED LIME

Hydrated lime, commonly referred to as “slaked lime”, is a dry powder produced by the interaction of ball or ground lime with water. The result of this process is the conversion of calcium and magnesium oxides into hydrates that are more inert chemically and have other physical properties.

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LIME PASTE

Lime paste (lime dough) is a mixture consisting of lime and water. The lime paste is also called whitewash.
Solutions for masonry, to which lime paste added, differ in strength and reliability. The paste improves the properties of solutions.

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MANUFACTURE OF LIME    GUBINIKHA, UKRAINE

MANUFACTURE OF LIME    KUPYANSK, UKRAINE

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