Hydrated Lime

(Calcium hydroxide — Ca(OH)2)

General Information
Reacting quicklime with water in a hydrator produces calcium hydroxide, commonly referred to as hydrated lime.

Hydrated lime is used in a variety of industrial applications, including municipal sanitation and water treatment. It is also utilized in highway construction to stabilize expansive clay soils and in asphalt paving as an anti-stripping agent, and hydrate is used in oilfield applications.

US Lime is one of the few producers to have the ability to produce a high surface area hydrate product that is an excellent choice for SO3 mitigation in the flue gas desulfurization process.

Customer Information
Hydrated lime is also known as slaked lime.

Safety Data Sheet — Hydrated Lime — Arkansas