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Prepared slurry credited with a cost improvement of between $36 and $55 million per year

In our Hydrated Lime Slurry LinkedIn group, a new engineer from a major chemical company shared that when he was assigned to the area where lime was being used, he wondered why they were spending over $500,000 more per year on prepared slurry versus slaking themselves. He found that when they slaked themselves, they

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The primary reasons why lime users switch from using dry lime to a more expensive slurry

A poll in our Hydrated Lime Slurry LinkedIn group illustrated the primary reasons why some lime users have switched from using dry lime to a more expensive slurry. If a respondent listed their use, it was under 10 dry tons per day. The most common response was that while on a pure cost per

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