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cal·cine

(kal'sēn),
To expel water and volatile matter by heat.

calcine

(kăl′sĭn)
1. To expel water and volatile materials by heating to a high temperature.
2. A powder produced by roasting.
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The intensities of excitation peaks and emission peaks increased with increasing calcining temperature for either time of 1h and 2h, which can be attributed to increase in the grain size of the CaW[O.
27 July 2010 - Finnish industrial machinery company Metso Oyj (HEL: MEO1V) said Monday afternoon it will deliver a lime calcining system to the steel plant of Russian OJSC Novolipetsk Steel (RTD: NLMK), or NLMK.
This will include developments in extraction, beneficiation, drying, calcining and waste recycling.
Finnish engineering and technology group Metso Corporation said on Tuesday (15 January) that its subsidiary Metso Minerals will supply coke calcining equipment to Seadrift Coke L.
Key attributes: The system uses close-coupled fluid beds that provide calcining and pre-cooling on a continuous basis by hot air scrubbing and gravity transfer without moving parts.
Finnish engineering and technology group Metso Corporation (NYSE: MX) said on Monday (12 March) that its subsidiary Metso Minerals will supply a lime calcining plant to Graymont for its Cricket Mountain lime plant in Utah, US.
The gas supply is modulated by a feedback system that reacts to the actual temperature of the sand in the calcining zone.
Following successful test runs on performance and reliability carried out during 30 consecutive days of production, the Bahrain petroleum coke calcining plant project handled by TECHNIP-COFLEXIP (NYSE:TKP) (Euronext: 13170) was completed on January 20, 2002.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-20 May 2005-Metso delivers three lime calcining plants in China(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
foundries is a combination of calcining in a thermal unit followed by processing in a simple pneumatic scrubber;
The study includes discussions on the change in supply of existing calciner feedstocks, potential new sources of green coke that directly affect world calcining operations, and the quality and availability of calcined coke.
His five-year outlook for the recarburizing market indicated that calcined petroleum coke demand will continue to increase, calciner capacity utilization rates will remain high, and green coke used for calcining will be available, but at higher cost.