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n.1.One who, or that which, calcines.
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Tenders are invited for supply of flat tyre and tyre taper for calciner cooler
7 million calciner at the Irkutsk aluminum smelter.
The fuel needed grinding prior to firing in a kiln or calciner.
MANAMA: Fuad A Hussain, a Bahraini national, has been appointed the new manager for calciner and marine by Alba, the Bahrain-based international aluminium smelter.
This final step involves sending the pellets into another machine called a calciner, which is basically a modified cement kiln.
Particles with short residence times in a calciner will generally be less oxidized than those with long retention times or particles recovered in the stack scrubber.
A calciner is a high-temperature, indirectly-heated device in which the atmosphere and environment can be controlled, while volatile gases are captured and completely combusted.
The calciner operates at about 900[degrees]C, which causes the calcium carbonate to decompose into calcium oxide (CaO), during which pure C[O.
Alba was represented by Environment Engineer , Sayed Salah Aqeel Ali Mohammed, Superintendent Desalination, Calciner & Marine Plant, Ali Abdul Hassan Hussain and Senior Industrial Hygienist, Osama Kamel Alnasser.
In 2004 he was promoted to a superintendent at the Calciner and Marine Department and then ultimately manager of the department.
The project to develop a 560,000 tonnes per annum calciner in Shandong, China -- in which Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) owns a 20 per cent stake as part of a joint venture with Sinoway Carbon Energy Holdings, Hong Kong -- has been completed on schedule.
An entirely state-owned enterprise, Dubal has invested in joint venture bauxite/alumina projects, notably in Brazil, Cameroon, and the Republic of Guinea; as well as in a joint venture calciner development project in China.