Caustic Calcined Magnesite
Caustic Calcined Magnesite is a highly reactive form of magnesium oxide produced by calcining or burning crude magnesite at relatively low temperatures (>1000 °C).
The caustic calcined magnesia also called light calcined magnesite. It is a highly reactive form of magnesium oxide and manufactured by burning naturally occurring magnesium carbonate (magnesite) at temperatures between 800-1500°C.
Usage of Caustic Calcined Magnesite:
Fertilizers, Animal feed, Production of pulp and paper, ceramics and cement.
Applications for caustic calcined magnesia include water treatment and in production of feed stock, fertilizers, and some cosmetics.
White or yellow color and available in the powder form