Anmol Chemicals is the pioneer manufacturers of Calcium Oxide, Pharmaceutical Excipients Fragrance & Flavor chemicals in India. We offer Halal and Kosher Calcium Oxide made in an ISO9001, ISO22000 (FSSC22000) and cGMP certified facility. Our group has several manufacturing facilities spread across the world, supported by toll manufacturers and representatives in UAE, Europe, Africa, USA, China and has several associated manufacturing facilities spread across India. All the Information on Physics, Chemistry, Applications, Uses and Technology on Manufacture of Calcium Oxide is in these pages. The units have one or more of the certifications like FDA GMP, ISO 9001, ISO 22000, HACCP, REACH, Kosher & Halal
USP Calcium Oxide, Quick Lime Manufacturers - Uses
Arabic أكسيد الكالسيوم، المصنعين الجير سريعة
Dutch Calciumoxide, snelle lime fabrikanten
German Calciumoxid, schnelle Kalk Hersteller
Italian Ossido di calcio, i produttori di calce viva
English Calcium oxide, Quick lime manufacturers
French Oxyde de calcium, chaux rapide fabricants
Spanish Óxido de calcio, los fabricantes de cal rápida
Portuguese Óxido de cálcio, fabricantes de limão rápida
Calcium Oxide Quick Lime USP FCC Food Grade Manufacturers Specifications
Calcium Oxide - Quick Lime SDS GHS, MSDS SheetSpecifications of Superfine Hand-picked Quick Lime or Calcium Oxide Lumps
Available lime as CaO: >85%
Total Lime (Alkalinity): >92%
Magnesia as MgO (max)%: 1%
Metal Oxides as Fe2O3&Al2O3(max)%: 0.2%
Specifications of Calcium Oxide Powder:
Premium --- Top ------ % Available lime CaO= 90±2 % Available lime CaO= >85 Acid insolubles %= 0.50(Max) Acid insolubles %= 0.8 (Max) Magnesium as MgO %= 0.80(Max) Magnesium as MgO %= 1.0 (Max) R2O3 %= 0.15(Max) 0.15(Max) Mesh (BSS)= 300 Mesh (BSS)= 300
Calcium oxide (CaO), commonly known as quicklime or burnt lime, is a widely used chemical compound. It is a white, caustic, alkaline crystalline solid at room temperature.
Calcium oxide is usually made by the thermal decomposition of materials such as limestone, that contain calcium carbonate (CaCO3; mineral calcite) in a lime kiln. This is accomplished by heating the material to above 825 °C, a process called calcination or lime-burning, to liberate a molecule of carbon dioxide (CO2); leaving quicklime. The quicklime is not stable and, when cooled, will spontaneously react with CO2 from the air until, after enough time, it is completely converted back to calcium carbonate.
Quicklime is relatively inexpensive. Both it and a chemical derivative (calcium hydroxide) are important commodity chemicals.
Quicklime produces heat energy by the formation of the hydrate, calcium hydroxide.
The product, commonly called "slaked lime", has many uses on its own. As it hydrates, an exothermic reaction results. The hydrate can be reconverted to quicklime by removing the water by heating it to redness to reverse the hydration reaction. One liter of water combines with approximately 3.1 kg of quicklime to give calcium hydroxide plus 3.54 MJ of energy. This process can be used to provide a convenient portable source of heat, as for on-the-spot food warming in a self-heating can.
When quicklime is heated to 2400 °C, it emits an intense glow. This form of illumination is known as a limelight, and was used broadly in theatrical productions prior to the invention of electric lighting.
It is used as Absorbent, and in Calcium-based Fertilizers, Flotation Agents as Depressants - Sulfide Ores, Flux Agents for Casting-Metal Casting Flux, Odor Agents as Oxidation/Absorption Chemicals, in Paint Industry as Coloring agent inorganic white, as pH Adjustors for Wastewater, in Rubber Manufacture as Process Regulators and in Water Softeners.
Like other calcium compounds, calcium oxide is used for many construction purposes, as in the manufacture of bricks, mortar, plaster, and stucco. Its high melting point makes it attractive as a refractory material, as in the lining of furnaces. The compound is also used in the manufacture of various types of glass. Common soda-lime glass, for example, contains about 12% calcium oxide, while high-melting aluminosilicate glass contains about 20% calcium oxide. One of the new forms of glass used to coat surgical implants contains an even higher ratio of calcium oxide, about 24% of the compound.
Among the many other applications of calcium oxide are its uses in the production of pulp and paper, in the removal of hair from animal hides, in clarifying cane and beet sugar, in poultry feeds, and as a drilling fluid.
It is used in pharmaceutical and food industry in a number of ways. The most important single use of calcium oxide is in metallurgy.
Calcium Oxide Uses
Calcium Oxide USP
Quick Lime Manufacturers
Calcium Oxide Manufacturers:
S-8, SARIFA MANSION, 2ND FLANK ROAD, CHINCHBUNDER, MUMBAI 400009, INDIA
TEL: (OFFICE) 91-22-23770100, 23726950, 23774610, 23723564. FAX: 91-22-23728264
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