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Caustic Calcined Magnesia

Caustic Calcined Magnesia (CCM) is a mineral raw material produced by calcining magnesium carbonate at high temperatures. It is characterized by high purity and excellent chemical resistance. CCM is widely used in the steel industry for the production of refractory materials and as a slag regulator. It is also used in the production of environmental protection and building materials, especially in the brick and ceramic industries. Due to its high heat resistance and chemical stability, CCM is an important raw material in various industries.

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Applications

Construction of industrial floors (sorel cement); as a magnesium carrier in fertilizers; production of paper and pulp; in hydrometallurgy; as catalyzer; in wastewater treatment; as fuel additive; in cosmetics; sugar refining and polymer additives; as acid emulsifier or separating agent (food industry)

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