Cement man
22 posts
TimePosted 06/08/2008 19:12:59

Blaine variation

We have three cement ball mills with feed rate 130 t/h for each one. The output of the three mills are going to the same silo. The approximate Blaine in the three mills are 3400, 3000, and 3150 cm2/gr respectively. Do you agree with me that this variation in the Blaine has a harmful effect on cement paste or concrete? 

Thanxs for your answers 



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Michael Clark
321 posts
TimePosted 07/08/2008 13:34:08

Re: Blaine variation

Whether this has a harmful effect depends on whether the product from each mill has different properties in paste or concrete. Most likely they will and therefore it will be harmful.

Best regards

Michael Clark