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.
Mots Clés: Air, calcining, dolomite, kiln, lime, lime kiln, Combustion, Efficiency, Fuel, Fuels, Heat, Lime, Stone, Temperature