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Calcium Silicate Market Will Increase Strongly Through 2023

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Calcium silicate, also known as calcium orthosilicate, is a white powder derived from diatomaceous earth and limestone. It is
obtained by reacting calcium oxide and silica in various ratios. Calcium silicate possesses properties such as high physical water
absorption and low bulk density. Due to these special physical characteristics calcium silicate has several applications in the
construction sector. It is also used as a food additive in the food processing industry.
Calcium silicate is segmented based on end-use application into insulation material, sealant, and food additive. It is used as a
raw material in the production of low-density building material products, which are employed in high temperature insulation and
fire-resistive material applications. Calcium silicate is used to produce fire-proofing materials due to its passiveness toward fire.
Cladding is the most extensively used fire-proofing material prepared by calcium silicate. Calcium silicate is used as an
alternative to asbestos as it has high-temperature insulating property. Calcium silicate is often used in the insulation of industrial
grade equipment and pipes. Sodium silicate when applied on cured concrete chemically reacts with calcium hydroxide to form
calcium silicate hydrate, which seals the pores, if available, creating an impermeable surface. Calcium silicate is used as an anticaking agent and...

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