Yingkou Hexiang Refractories Co., Ltd.
Address: Gaozhuang Village, Nanlou Development Zone, Dashiqiao City
Gneral Manager: Zou Xiang
Mobile phone: 18041718881
Mobile phone: 15141715888
Mobile phone: 18641774666
Magnesium oxide is an oxide of magnesium and an ionic compound. Magnesium oxide is a white solid at room temperature. So what should we pay attention to when storing it in hot summer? The staff of Magnesium oxide manufacturer came to tell friends that Magnesium oxide should first ensure that the container does not leak and collapse during transportation so as not to cause any damage and prevent Magnesium oxide from leaking and dispersing. Secondly, in the process of transportation, do not let magnesium oxide and oxidizer mix guarantee. When transporting magnesium oxide, we should pack the whole package before shipping. The loading should be stable. In summer, the caustic soda of magnesium oxide products needs to be strictly controlled. Never be too high. If it is too high, it is easy to solidify. In summer, the temperature of production environment should be controlled between 22-23 degrees. In winter, the production environment should be controlled. Temperature should be controlled between 24 and 25 degrees. There are two kinds of active assay methods for magnesium oxide: comprehensive assay and active content assay. Whichever assay method, the quality of magnesium oxide needs to be determined. The accuracy of rapid titration method in content assay is more accurate, and the time is shorter. Sampling, the assay needs to be completed in 30 minutes.
Premixtures of buffer additives from magnesia manufacturers
When high-yielding dairy cows eat more concentrate feed during the feeding period, it is easy to increase the acidity of rumen, inhibit the activity of rumen microorganisms, cause digestive disorders, decrease the milk fat rate and cause some related diseases. In order to prevent the occurrence of such diseases, buffer should be added in the following circumstances:
Early lactation. Concentrate accounts for more than 50% of the diet. The roughage is almost entirely silage. Milk fat rate decreased significantly or appetite of lactating cows decreased in summer, and dry matter intake decreased significantly. When concentrate and roughage are fed separately.
There are many kinds of buffers, generally sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) is the main, sodium carbonate (edible alkali) can also be, but for high-yielding dairy cows whose daily milk yield is higher than 30 kg, magnesium oxide or bentonite should be added.
Addition of various buffers
Sodium bicarbonate accounts for 0.7%~1.5% of the dietary dry matter intake, or 1.4%~3.0% of the concentrate feed intake.
Magnesium oxide accounts for 0.3%~0.4% of the dietary dry matter intake, or 0.6%~0.8% of the concentrate feed intake.
Bentonite accounts for 0.6%~0.8% of the dietary dry matter intake, or 1.2%~1.6% of the concentrate feed intake.
The mixed use of baking soda and magnesium oxide is better. The mixture of baking soda and magnesium oxide accounts for about 0.8% of the concentrate feed of dairy cows (70% of baking soda and 30% of magnesium oxide).