Lime is a basic chemical with extensively uses in a wide range of industries and immense benefits to humans. Involvement of lime in our daily life is much more than we ever realize.

From the moment we wake up until we sleep…

We rely on lime every day. In our home, lime is associated with concrete blocks, steel, glass, copper wire, etc. Lime is used in the production of sugar that we put in our breakfast, biodegradable cups for our coffee, aluminium and lithium-led battery in our electric car we travel to work, the paper we write on, jewelry we wear for the evening, including electricity for light at night. Lime is also used in water treatment that gives us clean water to drink and shower and in flue gas treatment, which provides fresh air for us to breathe. It is beyond imagination how we as human beings could live without it.

With such significance in human life, lime and its related products are thus best described as
Human Chemical
A Day in Life


Lime eliminates impurities in the production process of alumina (a starting material to produce aluminium).

Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC)

Lime is a raw material used to produce precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC).


Lime helps adjust pH and remineralize the water.


Lime helps adjust pH during sugar production and remove impurities and color from sugar.


Lime helps neutralize acid and remove impurities during nickel production.

Agricultural Farm

Lime reduces the acidity of soil and improves pond water quality.

Animal Feed

Lime is added to animal feed as a calcium source to aid animals' growth and reproduction.

Glass & Bottle

Lime helps reduce bubbles in molten glass during production.


Lime helps remove impurities from iron and steel.


Lime helps neutralize acid and remove impurities during lithium production.

Asphaltic Concrete

Lime is used as an aggregate and an additive in the production of asphalt concrete.

Rare Earths

Lime helps adjust pH and remove impurities during rare earth production.


Lime helps maintain an appropriate pH in fermentation to generate a starting material to produce bioplastic.


Lime helps adjust pH and prohibits toxic gas formation during gold production.

Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD)

Lime removes sulfur dioxide in the flue gas.

Soil Stabilizer

Lime helps improve soil's strength, compact ability and workability before road or other construction.

Wastewater Treatment

Lime helps adjust pH, remove impurities and reduce the hardness of the water.

Lime Mortar

Lime mortar is composed of lime, water, and an aggregate such as sand.

Pulp & Paper

Lime is used to produce a chemical for pulp bleaching, helps recover a chemical used to digest pulp and is a raw material to produce paper filler.

Autoclaved Aerated Concrete

Autoclaved aerated concrete in the wall is produced using lime as one of the raw materials.