calcined clay

calcined clay

[′kal‚sīnd ′klā]
(materials)
Clay that has been heated to drive out volatile materials; a natural abrasive.
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The process is similar to heat treatment converting kaolin or clay to supplementary cementitious materials--metakaolin or calcined clay.
Experts from Switzerland, India and Cuba have join hands to create limestone calcined clay cement (LC3) which will help reduce CO2 by nearly 30 percent.
Results of the experimentally determined and calculated interactions between 10% calcined clay and 10% latexes are listed in Table 1.
Otherwise, it is nothing more than powdered calcined clay and spent energy.
In the case of PLLA, it is shown that the presence of the calcined clay in the polymer matrix yields much higher activation energies than for the unfilled PLLA and the other polymer composites; also, the activation energies of anionic clay composites are higher than those of their corresponding cationic clay composites.
1--10-15% increase on its calcined clay product range (PoleStar, MetaStar, Polarite and Opcailite).
MALLA: An excellent example of this process is the development of low abrasion, high brightness, calcined clay.
Results during 1995 were impacted by the late January 1995 suspension of mining operations at the Company's 50% owned rutile mine in Sierra Leone, West Africa, due to a rebel incursion and lower sales of the kaolin segment's calcined clay products.
Microscopic examination of the thermally processed sand revealed that a thin shell or coating of calcined clay remained on the grains that could be detrimental to the use of the sand with organic binders.
A geopolymer is a solid aluminosilicate material usually formed by alkali hydroxide or alkali silicate activation of a solid precursor such as coal fly ash, calcined clay and/or metallurgical slag.
From the technical literature, butyl compounds reinforced with Mistron Vapor talc exhibited a significantly higher dielectric strength than calcined clay, ie.
The brochure includes discussion on the importance of brightness, finishing forms and engineering (beneficiation) when selecting a waterwashed, delaminated, treated or calcined clay.