Definitions for "Hydrated Lime"
is produced when just enough water is added to quicklime to slake it, most lime is supplied bagged and powdered, in this form.
dried, slaked lime that has already been rendered inert by the manufacturer and is readily available in 50 lb. bags.
The product manufactured by heating limestone until carbon dioxide is removed, thus forming quicklime (calcium and magnesium oxides), subsequently hydrated using water additions. Hydrated lime processing involves pressure hydration, atmospheric hydration, or slaking.
a caustic substance produced by heating limestone