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FLSmidth and Mannok partner on SCM project

15 August 2023, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth and Ireland-based cement producer Mannok are partnering on a new decarbonisation research project to maximise supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) in cement composition, using digitalisation and advanced predictive modelling. SCMs are expected to play a key role in the cement industry’s pathway to net-zero. Covering a range of materials, from natural pozzolans to calcined clay and industrial byproducts, SCMs have a lower-carbon footprint than traditional Portland clinker...

Mannok Cement cuts CO2 with CATAGEN and biohydrogen technology

17 April 2023, Published under Cement News

CATAGEN, a net zero innovation company, and Mannok , a cement and construction products manufacturer, conducted a six-month feasibility study to explore the decarbonisation of Mannok’s cement operations using CATAGEN’s future suite of ClimaHtech technologies.   Through the introduction of and oxygen from CATAGEN’s HGEN (renewable hydrogen generator) aided waste heat recovery, Mannok’s carbon emissions were reduced by seven per cent at its cement plant in Co Cavan, Ireland.   Th...

Mannok Cement secures Green Energy funding

12 April 2023, Published under Cement News

Mannok Cement , located in Fermanagh, is one of two companies in Northern Ireland to secure funding in a new GCP240m (US$298.4m/EUR273.4m) UK Government Green Energy Scheme.   The funding will support Mannok in the first vital phase of its energy transformation programme. The first phase of the programme, which the funding will support, is the generation of onsite green hydrogen (H 2 ), a more sustainable, zero-emission fuel created using renewable energy, to replace the use of diese...

First FLSmidth FUELFLEX® Pyrolyzer installed at Mannok

31 March 2023, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has celebrated the installation of its   FUELFLEX ® Pyrolyzer at Mannok Cement , Ireland. The world’s first FUELFLEX ® Pyrolyzer has been successfully been in operation at the Mannok plant since July 2022.    Mannok now controls NO x emissions without needing to use ammonia water and increase alternative fuels utilisation, thus putting the plant firmly on the path to achieve its 2030 Vision target of reducing CO 2  emissions by 33 per cent compared to 2020 levels.   T...

Mannok doubles cement bagging capacity

02 September 2021, Published under Cement News

Mannok, based in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, has invested EUR2.1m in its cement bagging facilities to double the company’s production capacity. Germany-based Haver & Boecker were awarded the contract to design and manufacture a new 10-spout Roto-Packer Adams bag filling system and a new automatic film reel changer. The new equipment has the capacity to pack 1200 bags per hour. As a result, Mannok will have the capacity to pack around 50tph in weatherproof bags, in addition to...