The Loss-on-Ignition of Cement and Building Lime can be determined using a Muffle Furnace to oxidize the sample in air at 975 ± 25ºC.
Muffle Furnace see Laboratory Equipment Section
Crucibles see Laboratory Equipment Section
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Today, cement is manufactured by a chemical process with raw materials being crushed, ground and blended before being heated in a rotary kiln until they combine chemically.
The ELE Flame Photometer is built to a high specification and can be used with confidence for the most exacting analysis. It is a low temperature, single channel emission flame photometer with a large clear digital readout. The unit incorporates zero and gain controls with fine and coarse sensitivity, electronic ignition and automatic air supply regulation.
The meter is supplied with sodium and potassium filters, fuel and air connections, nebuliser cleaning wire, hose connecting clips, auxiliary power plug, hexagon key, 2 lengths of drain tubing and a comprehensive instruction book and service manual. The unit is housed in a strong case.
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