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Replacing filter bags on demand may seem like a convenient way of managing maintenance costs. But waiting to replace bags at the point of failure, or just before, can lead to a greater risk of non-compliance with emissions standards, higher costs, and higher overall emissions levels. So why are some cement producers opting for partial replacement over full?
Reduce your cement plant’s NOx emissions. Get peace of mind by achieving your NOx emissions limits. In many cases, without needing ammonia injection. The Low NOx Calciner is our latest and most advanced in-line calciner ever. It’s based on extensive research and field experience as well as more than 50 years of helping cement producers lower their NOx emissions. The Low NOx Calciner is suitable for both upgrades and new installations.
When it became crystal clear that Asia Cement’s Pukrang Plant, in Saraburi Province, Thailand was going to need to upgrade its control system, the plant found the best available automation system on the market, discovering that it was the most cost-friendly choice, too.
Thanks to the FLSmidth KilnLoq® gas analysis solution and ReportLoq™ data reporting system, Faxe Kalk has full control over kiln fuel consumption, allowing the company to reduce NOx emissions, improve daily operations, and reduce maintenance requirements.
The 1980s saw the beginnings of a shift in the cement industry. Slowly and steadily, cement producers began to adopt vertical roller mills (VRMs) for cement grinding instead of ball mills.
Vertical roller mills have long been recognised as the industry standard for raw mills – and are quickly gaining ground as cement grinders.
Using supplementary cementitious materials is an effective way to reduce the clinker factor in cement production
Cement producers are increasingly adopting digital solutions across the flowsheet, not just to support automation and process control, but also to reduce fuel consumption, increase production, and improve product quality.
From plant design and financing to building, commissioning and operating the world’s most productive new cement plants.