asif ali
4 posts
TimePosted 13/01/2014 08:57:23
asif ali says

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Dear Mr. Ted,

We have the same problem but the color of the stack is yellow. what could be the reason of this yellow color. is this chlorine or SO3/SO2.

waiting for your kind reply


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Ted Krapkat
537 posts
TimePosted 14/01/2014 00:14:57

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Hello Asif,

Your yellow plume could be caused by excess NOx, in the form of NO2, which is a yellow-orange gas. Do you test for NOx in your stack gases?





3 posts
TimePosted 15/06/2014 12:45:49
quicklime says

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack

Dear Friend

We are Cement plant in UAE , we have the  phenomina of Detached  Plume , as perminnat .

Could you please send me the complet solutoion if you have any .




technical cement forms
80 posts
TimePosted 18/10/2014 14:32:24

re Re: Detached Plume from Kiln Stack


    My plant also facing the problem of  orange Plume from kiln stack during Raw mill ( VRM ) down time.  For Silica we are using red silica shale About 50 to 60 % and 50 to 40 % of normal silica for the kiln feed . Any body has any success in controlling the plume & if so by how? your valuable suggestions will be appreciated. we tried pumping rawmeal at the inlet of Bag house to control the plume but in vain.