Aditya Chemicals

For any Enquiry Call us

Mr. Shashank Mundra: +91-9414444333
Mr. Sudhir Mundra: +91-9414444222

Limestone is a sedimentary rock, which is composed of calcium carbonate (calcite) or the double carbonate of calcium and magnesium (dolomite) tiny fossils, shell fragments and other plants remains. It is formed over many years at the bottom of oceans or lakes from the accumulation of shells, bones and other calcium rich minerals. A limestone can metamorphose into marble, if it is subjected to intense heat or pressure, for over a long period of time.

Hydrated Lime
Chemical formula: CaCO3

Both limestone and marble, chemically contain calcium carbonate and the only difference, one can find will be of their appearance. Marble willhave a crystalline structure, whereas the limestone will have relatively flat appearance. Limestone is generally quite impervious and hard in nature.

Limestone is further sub-divided into travertine and dolomite limestone. Travertine is formed when water evaporates from the limestone caverns and dolomite limestone are those limestone that are compose of magnesium. Dolomite limestone is much harder and more resistant to weathering.

Hydrated Lime

Limestones are fit for building purposes, though many of them are burnt for lime. In the Cuddapah, Bijawar, Khondalite and Aravalli groups, limestones attain considerable development, some of them being of great beauty and strength.

They have been largely drawn upon in the con- struction of many of the noted monuments of the past in all parts of the country. 

Vindhyan limestones are extensively quarried in Rajasthan and form a source of building stone as vaiued as that of lime and cement mentioned earlier. Limestone is an excellent building stone because it can be carved easily. It is most commonly used for flooring, wall cladding, vanity tops, furniture, and many times, ornate stonework. Apart from its application in the construction, it is also used in factories to clean waste gases and water, before releasing them into the environment. Limestone can also be used to make lime and to smelt iron ore.

Technical Specification

Our products are available under the following properties both chemical & physical than the one mentioned below according to the needs of customers.

Physical Properties :

Physically, Limestone are Quite impervious, Hard, Compact, fine to very fine grained calcareous rocks of sedimentary nature.

Hardness 3 to 4 on Moh’s Scale
Density 2.5 to 2.65 Kg/m3
Compressive Strength 1800 to 2100 Kg/cm2
Water Absorption Less than 1%
Porosity Quite low
Weather Impact Resistant

Chemical Properties :

Chemically, both limestone and marbles are siliceous calcium carbonate rocks.

Lime CaO 38-42%
Silica SiO2 20-25%
Alumina Al2O3 2-4%
Other Oxides like Na, Mg Na, Mg 2.5%
Loss On Ignition LOI 30-32%


  • Metallurgy : 

Steel Manufacture, Steel Products Manufacture, Magnesium Manufacture, Alumina Manufacture, Ore Flotation and Non-Ferrous Metal Smelting.

  • Pulp And Paper :

Sulfate Process, Sulfite Process, Bleaching, Precipitated Calcium Carbonate, Strawboard Manufacture, and in the treatment of pulp and paper mill liquid wastes, as a coagulant in color removal.

  • Chemicals :

Alkalis, Calcium Carbide and Cyanimide, Petrochemicals, Bleaches, Dye and Dyestuff Intermediates and Coke- By-Products. In addition, it is used in the purification of citric acid, glucose and dextrin; metallic calcium; soda-lime, an adsorbent; and for countless other minor or isolated purposes, such as for CO, absorption.

Environmental Uses

  • Water Treatment :

Scope, Softening, Purification, Coagulation, Neutralization of Acid Water, Silica Removal and Removal of Other Impurities.

  • Sewage Treatment :

Maintain proper pH and Stabilizing Sewage Sludge.

  • Industrial Trade Wastes :

Treatment of industrial trade wastes to abate pollution from Steel and Metal Fabricating Plants, Chemical and Explosives Plants, Acid Mine Drainage, Paper and Fibers, Food Plants and in clarifying “water gas” acid waste effluents.

- Flue Gas Desulfurization.
- Solid Wastes Disposal.

  • Miscellaneous Uses :

Petroleum, Leather, and Rubber.

  • Ceramic Products :

Glass, Refractories, and in the production of whiteware pottery, lime is sometimes employed to bind the kaolin and ball clays present.

  • Building Materials :

Calcium Silicate Brick, Concrete Products, Miscellaneous Building Units, and Insulation Materials.

  • Protective Coatings :

Pigments, Water Paints, and Varnish.

  • Food & Food By Products :

Dairy Industry, Sugar Industry, Animal Glue and Gelatin Industries, Baking Industry, and CA (controlled atmospheric) Storage of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. All tortillas are made with lime treatment.

Limestone Powder

We have established ourselves among the leaders of Limestone Powder Supplier. The Limestone Powder provided by us finds usage in various Industries like power and heat generating industry, construction industry, glass-making and fodder industry, etc. The Limestone Powder provided by us is very well accepted all around, particularly because of its varied use and top quality. 

With our main mission of complete customer satisfaction, we provide unbeatable quality products. We offer Limestone Powder in different quantities as well. With bright offers of reasonable prices, that too with no compromise on the quality, we invite you to make a purchase from us.