Tag: Fat Lime

Setting and Suitability of Limes

Setting and Suitability of Limes In the case of pure lime, the setting takes place partly by the absorption of carbon dioxide from the air and partly by drying which is facilitated by dry conditions; and the setting action is very slow. Slaked fat lime has a great tendency to abs...

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Fat Lime (or) White Lime

Fat Lime (or) White Lime Fat lime which is also called stone-lime or white lime is high calcium lime with about 6 per cent material insoluble in acid, chiefly obtained by burning (called calcination) in a kiln pure limestone, chalk or sea shells, etc. (calcium carbonate). By burn...

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