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Ours is a client-oriented firm that is involved in manufacturing, supplying and exporting Calcium Oxide. It is blended with plaster and mortar for desirable hardness that is needed for construction purposes. This product is also used in metal production for removing unwanted substances. Moreover, Calcium Oxide is applicable in pharmaceutical, bulk drugs, health care and neutraceuticals industries. We have made Calcium Oxide available in market for our valued patrons at most affordable prices, ensuring timely door-step delivery.
Our range of calcium oxide (USP Conforming)is blended with mortar and plaster to get the desired hardness for construction purpose. It has the property to react with silicates hence it is used for removing unwanted substances in metal production. It is also used in the glass manufacturing industry. Other than the mentioned industries, it also finds usage in various other sectors for different purposes.
This material is manufactured by taking extra precautions as this is a highly hygroscopic material, whrein the Purity / Assay immediately changes upon exposure to air, for a long time.
This material is packed in one kg PVC bag inside 40 kgs HDPE barrel or 20 kgs Double packed HDPE Bag. this size of packing for this commodity is very convenient, for handling, on account of its hygroscopic nature.
The main applications for this product are
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This is a tailor made material, as per the requisites of various clients.
Name: Calcium oxide
Calcium oxide (CaO), commonly known as burnt lime, lime or quicklime, is a widely used chemical compound. It is a white, caustic and alkaline crystalline solid at room temperature. As a commercial product, lime often also contains magnesium oxide, silicon oxide and smaller amounts of aluminium oxide and iron oxide. The name lime (native lime) refers to a very rare mineral of the CaO composition.
Calcium oxide is usually made by the thermal decomposition of materials such as limestone, that contain calcium carbonate (CaCO3; mineral name: calcite) in a lime kiln. This is accomplished by heating the material to above 825ÃâÃÂ°C, a process called calcination or lime-burning, to liberate a molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2); leaving CaO. This process is reversible, since once the quicklime product has cooled, it immediately begins to absorb carbon dioxide from the air, until, after enough time, it is completely converted back to calcium carbonate.