Calcined Dolomite

Calcined Dolomite

Dolomite is a calcium magnesium carbonate mineral which has many characteristics similar to

calcite. In places where access to limestone is not available or more costly, dolomites are used in

its place for the basic materials from which most building stone and a significant percentage of

crushed stone are produced.  Calcine Dolomite is obtained from the heating of dolomite rock at a

temperature of 1100 ° C, which lasts at least 2.5 to 3 hours at an average temperature of 1000 ° C.




1- Iron & steel industry

2- Non-ferrous metals

3- Glass Industry

4- Ore concentration

5- Alumina & bauxite

6- Gas treatment

7- Hazardous waste treatment

8- Animal waste treatment