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Hydrated Lime

Hydrated Lime

Hydrated Lime or Slaked Lime or Calcium Hydroxide

HYDRATED LIME or SLAKED LIME – with a chemical name Calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) is an inorganic compound is either in the form of a colorless crystal or white powder, which is produced when water is mixed with calcium oxide (called Burnt lime or quicklime). Hydrated Lime is used in many industries, including food preparation and Paper Industry.



Specifications of HYDRATED LIME

Calcium Hydroxide

Ca(OH)₂

90.00%

Min

Calcium Carbonate

CaCO₃

2.00%

Max

Magnesium Hydroxide

Mg(OH)₂

1.00%

Max

Ferric Oxide

Fe₂O₃

0.10%

Max

Silicon Dioxide

SiO₂

0.50%

Max

Alumina

Al₂O₃

0.20%

Max

Loss of Ignition

LOI

4.00%

Max

Size

 

200-300 mesh