International Cement Review articles tagged under : Manufacturing Technology

28 May 2014 Arthur Harrisson

Specifying raw materials

Arthur Harrisson considers the impact that raw material changes can have on cement production, including raw material purchase, reasons for change, undesired substitutes and ideal replacement materials.

12 May 2014

Home clean and dry

ICR looks at what's new in bagging and packaging ahead of Interpack 2014. Innovations showcased come from Beumer, Arodo, Premier Tech, Haver & Boecker, Möllers, Windmöller & Hölscher, Mondi and Thiele.

30 April 2014

Siemens targets energy use

Dieter Schletterer of Siemens outlines the energy saving potential of its motor products with references from Asia.

24 April 2014

To Russia with love

Van Aalst describes the commissioning of a mobile unloader for ODK LLC at Rostov on Don, Russia.

Less friction, less power use 22 April 2014

Less friction, less power use

Global Technical Services demonstrates how a lubricant management programme can provide energy savings.

11 March 2014

New clinkers

Kline Consulting assesses how clinkers are being redesigned to reduce CO2.

A cut above the rest 11 March 2014

A cut above the rest

Gullco International Ltd is called in to remove a kiln section at Irish Cement's Limerick plant.

25 February 2014

Maximising AF usage

Cinar uses MI-CFD technology to reduce CO emissions when co-firing with coal.

17 February 2014 Arthur Harrisson

The importance of raw materials

Arthur Harrisson investigates the selection of raw materials and their importance in terms of clinker quality.

12 February 2014

The benchmark cooler

Claudius Peters provides operating results for its ETA clinker cooler.

04 February 2014

Pressing matters

Hefei Cement Research and Design Institute explains the development of the HFCG roller press.

28 January 2014

Advanced vertical milling

Gebr Pfeiffer shares vertical roller mill operating experiences in Brazil, India and Tunisia.

22 January 2014 Dr Michael Clark

Understanding dependency

Dr Clark offers a Technical Forum with a difference. This month he draws up the imaginary landscape of Ruritania where building a new cement plant may just take a bit longer than desired.

20 January 2014 Arthur Harrisson

Alternative fuel characteristics

Arthur Harrisson takes a detailed look at the presence of microstructures in clinker produced with alternative fuel usage. He considers whether such structures have a detrimental effect on product quality.

13 January 2014

The fuel shop of the future

Kline Consulting investigates alternative fuel strategies and their impact on the cement plant of the future by assessing how the choice of secondary fuel will affect a company's business models.

18 December 2013

Marine terminal options

IBAU Hamburg discusses marine terminal planning with reference to some of its latest case studies in Singapore, Sweden and Malaysia, which offer turnkey solutions for packaging, storage and loading.