Cemtech Live Webinar: Cement Plant Maintenance


Cemtech Live Webinar: Cement plant maintenance

Date: Wednesday, 26 August 2020
Time: 14.00 UK Time
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9115971429881/WN_x15vp-_fQ-C3bVLAKGJ36A

This webinar will explore some of the main challenges of maintenance in a cement plant, including common maintenance and reliability issues, assessment of cement manufacturing equipment condition, with a close look at some key maintenance technologies.

Move over old-timer, new technology coming through — how air cannons improve the profitability of cement plants: Jeff Shelton, IGS (USA)
Jeff Shelton serves as the VP of Environmental Services at IGS (Integrated Global Services) and has more than 30 years of experience in the cement, power, paper and environmental industries. Most recently, he served as Managing Director at Martin Engineering. Jeff provides a strong technical background in the design and supply of engineered solutions for addressing critical maintenance and reliability issues for cement plants.
Next generation target operating models for cement plants – maintenance 4.0 elements: Angus Maclean, Proudfoot (UK)
Proudfoot integrates new approaches and its unique know-how in digital and operations transformation to provide innovative insights, proven solutions and lasting positive change for its clients.
Modular lining – sustainable and cost-effective precast refractory solution to minimise coating problems in cement production process: Daniel Hansted-Martin, Hasle Refractories (Denmark)
Increased use of alternative fuels in the cement industry, challenges the refractories with both more severe chemical attacks and coating problems. Due to the overall quality of the Modular Lining solution designed and manufactured by Hasle, the coating is minimised, and lifetime is significantly longer compared to an in-situ casted installation. Consequently, the use of Hasle Modular Lining allow cement plants to increase the use of alternative fuels, and reduce the quantity of refractories used, both leading to increased sustainability, while at the same time reducing the cost for yearly maintenance.