Lime Kilns

Hydrated lime is used in the production of sugar to raise the pH level of the raw juice and to react with the impurities to form insoluble calcium organic compounds which can then be removed.

Whilst some lime was produced in lime kilns, sugar estates often constructed their own means of lime production and these are the remnants of this process.

Case Noyale Lime Kiln Disused Lime Kiln Disused Lime Kilns, Bassin Lave Four a Chaux Mahébourg Lime Kiln Ruins Lime Kiln Ruins Ruined Lime Kiln Lime Kiln Ruin, Le Morne Lime Kiln Ruin, Palmar Lime Kiln Ruins Lime Kiln Ruins Lime Kiln, Baie du Tombeau Lime Kiln, Flic en Flac Lime Kiln, in ruins in 1897 Lime Kiln, Macondé Lime Kiln, Petit Verger Lime Kiln, Pointe aux Sables Lime Kiln (Poste de Flacq) Lime Kiln, Surinam Lime Kiln, Tamarin Salt Pans Limekilns, GRNO Lime Kilns, Petit Bel Air Limekilns, Pointe aux Piments Lime Kiln, Trou d'Eau Douce Lime Kiln, Trou d'Eau Douce, Embarkation Point 2 Monté Christo Limekilns Ruined Lime Kiln