Light burnt magnesium powder
Date:2016-10-14 Author: Click:
Among the raw materials of new building materials, the most commonly used is “light burned magnesium powder”. The light burned magnesium powder is made from magnesite, calcined by light burning reverberatory kiln, rotary kiln or boiling furnace. The product is calcined evenly and the quality is stable. High purity and good activity. Can be widely used in paper, chemical, refractory materials, building materials, desulfurization and other industries.
New building materials are building materials that have developed rapidly in recent years. With its advantages of fire resistance and environmental protection, it has won the favor of experts and scholars in the construction industry at home and abroad. The famous "Bird's Nest" of the 2008 Olympic Games venue has maximized the use of new building materials, combined with high-tech technology to create a world-class cutting-edge construction project.
Light burnt magnesium powder is used to make refractory materials. The steel industry is the largest consumer of the United States and most of the magnesium-consuming countries. Light burnt magnesium powder prepared from magnesite ore, seawater, salt lake or well salt is mainly used in the manufacture of metallurgical furnace refractory products. Light burnt magnesium powder is widely used in various fields. In the water treatment industry, light burnt magnesium powder is used to remove silicon and heavy industrial waste liquid in water; it can also be used as a neutralizing agent for industrial waste gas. Light burnt magnesium powder can react with SO2 in flue gas to form magnesium sulfate. Removal of SO2 from industrial waste gas is superior to sulfur removal by calcium compounds. Another use is the production of chlorine calcined magnesium powder and magnesium sulphide cement for the manufacture of industrial and civil building floors.
In short, the raw material of light burnt magnesium powder will become a more hot demand target with the development of the new building materials industry.