International Cement Review articles tagged under : Manufacturing Technology

13 September 2017

Ensuring IT security

The role of security is becoming increasingly important for companies looking to gain control over their IT landscape. By identifying vulnerabilities in existing technical architecture, absolute control and security can be obtained to increase network safety. By Oliver Kurtnacker, Axians Industrial Applications & Services, Germany. Enabling lasting, effective and efficient control and m...

06 September 2017

Finding failure

Roller presses are a popular choice for raw, pre-clinker or finish grinding. Online condition monitoring of its components can help detect early equipment failure and reduce downtime of the grinding section. By Dalog...

07 August 2017

Establishing a Latin fan base

Latin America is a key market for the Boldrocchi Group. Recent projects include the supply of a range of fans for the Cementos Fortaleza plant in Tula, Mexico, and for the Oruro plant of Empresa Pública Productiva Ce...

31 July 2017

Fabric filtration comes of age

Fabric filtration is increasingly seen as the best-available technology to help producers meet their goals, and with good reason. FLSmidth has introduced two important innovations in this area. Firstly, extra-long fi...

Early strength development 31 May 2017 Arthur Harrisson

Early strength development

This month Arthur Harrisson discusses early strength development in concrete, which is affected by many variables in practice. In the two-stage process, which includes a setting and a hardening phase, he observes the...

23 May 2017

Beneficiation of landfilled and ponded fly ash

With interest in the recovery and beneficiation of landfilled ash growing, ST Equipment and Technologies (STET) explains how its unique tribo-electrostatic belt separation system, long used for beneficiation of fresh...

Improved automation 08 May 2017

Improved automation

The implementation of the IgnitionTM automation tool by LafargeHolcim’s Trbovlje cement plant in Slovenia has empowered the works with its simplicity and versatility, providing the producer with one system and almost...

03 May 2017

Powering up

Waste heat recovery (WHR) power generation can add a valuable source of power to a cement plant. However, this requires the selection of the most suitable thermodynamic system for the plant’s process conditions. By C...

20 April 2017

Advanced kiln and cooler control

Mirion Technologies employs the Spyrometer to monitor AF burning and improve clinker cooler control.

15 March 2017

From Superman to lasers

BinMaster compares 3D scanners, laser and radar technology for non-contact level measurement.

23 February 2017

A case for low-lime cement

The cement and concrete industry is re-inventing itself through new and efficient processes to not only reverse its environmental impact, but to make improvements to the whole supply chain of the building materials i...

16 February 2017

Protecting a key asset

Optimising the lifespan of a cement plant’s essential assets, such as the kiln, is key to the continued profitability of a cement company. The replacement of a kiln shell is one of the largest capital expenditures fo...

21 December 2016

Improving SNCR performance

MAL Umwelttechnik offers new research on how best to optimise SNCR performance.

23 November 2016 Arthur Harrisson

Achieving the target

Arthur Harrisson looks at meeting compliance targets for cement quality and the key parameters that determine high-quality cement.

15 November 2016

Developing AF in Egypt

MVW Lechtenberg reports on the growing availability of MSW and agricultural waste in Egypt and its value to the cement sector.

26 October 2016

Predict and avoid

Sunstate Cement in Australia decides to install FAG SmartCheck vibration control technology from Schaeffler to avoid unnecessary cement mill stops.