Uses of lime, Civil Engineering

Uses of Lime

Uses of lime in civil works are following :

  1. For making mortar  for masonry works and plastering
  2. For white washing.
  3. For soil stabilization.
  4. To produce lime sand bricks.
  5. As a refractory material for lining open hearth furnaces.
  6. For making cement.
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