Lightly Calcined Magnesite is produced by sintering raw magnesite Shaft Kiln at a controlled temperature 1100 degree centigrade by using furnace oil. The Lightly Calcined Magnesite is chemically reactive material.
- Oxy-chloride Flooring
- Sorel Cement for binding abrasives (Grinding Wheel Industry)
- Abrasive bricks for grinding and polishing industry
- Boiler lagging, Magnesium Chemicals, Fertilisers, Animal Feeds, etc.
Magnesium is the third most abundant ion in seawater, behind sodium and chloride. It is also intimately involved in a great many biological processes in every living organism. Nevertheless, the only time that it comes to the attention of most reef aquarists is when it is suspected of causing a problem in maintaining appropriate calcium and alkalinity