calcinable

calcinable

(ˈkælsɪnəbəl)
adj
able to be calcined
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The activating kilns are designed to remove bitumen from Unit 2 calcinable limestone allowing the quicklime kilns to operate with pre-heaters, thereby reducing fuel costs.
Unit Rock-type Average Primary products thickness (m) 4 Nodular & massive 0-6 Concrete rock, asphalt aggregate, limestone calcinable limestone 3 Nodular limestone & 20.
Hammerstone will supply base aggregates for construction purposes, as well as high-quality limestone aggregate for use in manufacturing concrete and calcinable limestone for production of quicklime.
Planned aggregate production rates, including calcinable limestone, grow from less than 1 Mt per year ("Mt/yr") in 2005 to more than 10 Mt/yr by 2016.
Argus introduced two calcinable grades of green coke and one calcined coke assessment.
Assuming a base case demand for calcinable petroleum coke, beginning in mid-2016 there could be a 2 to 3 year window which will see a tightening of calcinable petroleum coke supply and potential deficit which will continue to grow.