The need for new-gen refractories A permanent cost reduction programme is running in every plant to optimise its competitiveness and profitability
Refractories face the challenge of AFR Despite a lot of talk about the usage of alternate fuels and raw materials (AFR) in a cement industry, AFRs are not easy to use as it comes with a set of problems.
The concept of refractories has evolved over time Sumanta Mukhopadhyay, General Manager – Technical, Dalmia Refractories Ltd.
CASE STUDY –CONVEYOR BELT
Pipe conveyor: An economically convincing alternative. For an economical and sustainable operation, Aalborg Portland [therefore] relies on alternative fuels and raw materials (AFR) in its Denmark lead plant to ignite the calciner and the main burner.
FEATURE – AUTOMATION
The quick fix solution for automation With the ever-increasing demand for quality products and stringent environmental policies and regulations, today’s manufacturing sector has been challenged like never before.
CTM data automation Compressive testing machine (CTM) measures an important physical property of cement
Industry hopes for better performance in Q3 Cement sector analyst reviews the first quarter that ended on July 31, 2017 and takes a peep into the next quarter (August-November).
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