Cement Industry

Cement is the world’s most important construction materials. Cement production, generally can be divided into raw material grinding, burning. Cement is made using three processes – raw material grinding limestone and clay and other raw materials for the mill grinding process. Calcining the raw material that is processed into the kiln; burning it and then after grinding to become cement.

Major raw material storage tanks

Lime is one of cement’s raw materials found by quarry exploration by drilling, sampling, testing and initial ascertaining the chemical composition. The composition is based on the terrain. Other processes include: quarrying, stone crushing. Other ingredients: clay, silica sand, iron slag and others need to be stored separately.

Rotary kiln

Limestone, clay, silica sand, iron slag and other raw materials in the proportion of ingredients and then by evenly mixing the powder, After dust collection it is stored in a raw material repository. This raw material to go through the suspension preheater tower and preheat the combustion chamber, and then through a rotary kiln at 1450 ~ 1500 ℃ high temperature till semi-molten, and then fall into the cooler to be cooled, after which is clinker remains. This is transported to clinker silo storage.

Furnace slag cement gravel storage tank

After furnace slag cement is made, gravel is needed to create construction materials and therefore needs to be stored. To detect the level, switches and other products are used providing easy control and management to owners