Economical Manufacture of Quality Lime

CIM Bulletin, 1946


LIME enters our daily life in many ways. Our building, chemical, agricultural, sanitary, and industrial endeavours depend on it to such a great extent that it could probably be called the most important inorganic chemical, and the extent to which it is used might be considered an index of industrial development.
Keywords: Air, calcining, dolomite, kiln, lime, lime kiln, Combustion, Efficiency, Fuel, Fuels, Heat, Lime, Stone, Temperature