Light burnt magnesia powder



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Light-burnt magnesia powder as a new building material

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Light-burnt magnesia powder as a new building material

Date:2017-03-14 author:Hongkai Fire Resistance click:

The advantages of light burning magnesia powder, such as environmental protection, have won the favor of experts and scholars in the construction industry at home and abroad. The famous 2008 Olympic Stadium "Bird's Nest" maximizes the use of new building materials and combines high and new technology to create world-class cutting-edge construction projects.

Among the raw materials of new building materials, the most commonly used one is "light burned magnesia powder". Light burned magnesia powder is made of magnesite, which is calcined by light burning reflection kiln, rotary kiln or fluidized bed furnace. The product is calcined evenly, with stable quality, high purity and good activity. It can be widely used in papermaking, chemical industry, refractories, building materials, desulfurization and other industries.

Light burnt magnesia powder is used to make refractories. In the United States and most of the consuming countries of magnesium products, the steel industry is the largest consuming industry. Light-burnt magnesia powder from magnesite ore, seawater, salt lake or well salt is mainly used in the manufacture of refractories for metallurgical furnaces. Light burnt magnesia powder is widely used in various fields. In water treatment industry, light-burned magnesia powder is used to remove silicon and heavy industrial waste liquor in water, and it can also be used as a neutralizer to treat industrial waste gas. Light-burned magnesia powder can react with SO2 in flue gas to produce magnesium sulfate, thus removing SO2 in industrial waste gas, which is better than that of calcium compounds. Another use is the production of magnesium oxychloride and magnesium sulfide cement for industrial and civil building floors.