magnesium lime

magnesium lime

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′līm]
(materials)
Lime containing more than 20% magnesium oxide; slakes more slowly, evolves less heat, expands less, sets more rapidly, and produces higher-strength mortars than does high-calcium quicklime.

magnesium lime

Lime manufactured from limestone; contains some magnesium; used as finish lime in plastering or as mason’s lime in mortar.
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Delivery of carbonate magnesium lime and spreading by air (helicopter or airplane) on forest land.
Farmers often apply high magnesium lime on the fields where crops are grown.
This figure can be adjusted by applications of lime, either white lime which is calcium hydroxide or yellow lime which is ground up dolomite or magnesium lime.
The service includes the procurement and delivery of carbonate magnesium lime including temporary storage and handling, their application of appropriate technology in uniform distribution and the required output quantity in accordance with terms of reference.
Contract notice: Delivery and distribution of carbonate of magnesium lime (3t/ha) to 1404.