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What is Application of Limestone Crushed Production and Limestone Powder?

12/19/2011 9:52 PM

1. The manufacture of quicklime (calcium oxide) and slaked lime (calcium hydroxide);
2. Cement (concrete cement production process ), cement additive and mortar
3. Flue Gas Desulfurization
4. Soil Conditioner
5. An excellent building stone crusher for humid regions;
6. Common in architecture
7. Limestone Powder for Feed or Fodder Additive
8. Pulverized limestone is used as a soil conditioner to neutralize acidic soil conditions;
9. Crushed for use as aggregate-the solid base for many roads;
10. Glass making, in some circumstances;
11. Added to paper, plastics, paint, tiles, and other materials as both white pigment and a cheap filler.
12. Toothpaste.
13. Added to bread and cereals as a source of calcium.
14. Used in blast furnaces to extract iron from its ore.
15. Medicines.
16. Cosmetics.

etc. and others ?

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Re: What is Application of Limestone Crushed Production and Limestone Powder?

12/20/2011 7:34 PM

I saw an episode of Criminal Minds the other night, and a serial killer was pouring lime over the bodies that he buried to get rid of them faster.

Unscrupulous drug dealers probably cut cocaine with it.

I think it's used to mark the lines on sports fields.

Lime also looks like it's used to advertise your company on an engineering site, by the looks of your links. I'm not in the market at the moment.

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