Light-burnt Magnesia Begins to Be Produced with Domestic Fuel
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, October 13 (KCNA) -- The Tanchon Magnesia Factory, a major fireproof materials producer of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, has been newly equipped with a modern production process of light-burnt magnesia based on fuel available in the country.
It had produced light-burnt magnesia in a revolving kiln with imported fuel so that the output could not be kept on a high level.
The new production process, built by the factory itself, makes it possible to sharply increase the output of light-burnt magnesia, which is badly needed for the economic growth and the people's living.
The method of producing light-burnt magnesia in a revolving kiln with locally available fuel is very high in economic effectiveness.
It easily monitors the burning degree, properly controls the temperature of the kiln and ensures continuous production and high quality of slightly burnt magnesia.
Installed in the new production process was an up-to-date dust arrester.
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