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Cemcor completes upgrade work

14 June 2023, Published under Cement News

Cemcor has completed the upgrade work on its Cookstown plant in Northern Ireland, UK. Following the company's acquisition of the plant, it committed GBP6m (US$7.54m/EUR6.98m) to replace the electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) with a state-of-the-art bag filter at the plant. Within 14 months from final design agreement in March 2022, the new bag filter was commissioned and operational by May 2023. This investment project is centred around the abatement filter, with the filter separated ...

Redecam completed Sokhna cement baghouse project

14 July 2021, Published under Cement News

A new Redecam Group Sp A turnkey project has been successfully started up on Line 2 at LafargeHolcim’s Sokhna cement plant, Egypt. Redecam Egypt converted the main kiln/RM electrostatic precipitator filter into   a baghouse filter. It also enhanced the cooling system for the clinker cooler, including a partial ESP retrofit. Finally, the company revamped the by-pass gas cooling tower (GCT) and dust transport system.   The project follows a successful Redecam installation at the s...

CTP Team presses ahead with ESP conversion at Rohdorfer Zement

10 February 2021, Published under Cement News

CTP Team SRL is currently working at the site of  Rohdorfer Zement, Austria, where the assembly activities of a dust emission control project are on-going. The EPC project is aimed at replacing the existing two electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) on the kiln raw mill with one new fabric filter with a design capacity of 450,000Am 3 /h. The new fabric filter will capture 186t of dust, the equivalent of nine trucks at full load each hour. Dust emission levels at stack will be compli...

Start-up of Scheuch's new baghouse at SCG Siam Cement

03 December 2020, Published under Cement News

Siam Cement Group's (SCG) KK5 project in Thailand is now fully assembled. The project sees the commissioning of a new Scheuch bag filter. The leakage test and the precoating was carried out at the start of November 2020, after which the plant went into operation for dust filtration of approximately 1,000,000m 3 /h exhaust air from the cement kiln. The new bathhouse replaces the existing electrostatic precipitator. The conversion of the next production line, KK6, will take place imme...

Redecam completes Lichtenburg ESP-to-baghouse conversions

05 October 2020, Published under Cement News

Redecam Group SpA has successfully completed its civil, mechanical and electrical turnkey project at  LafargeHolcim  South Africa's Lichtenburg plant. Redecam has converted the existing kiln and raw mill No 2 electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) into bag filters, with new outlet and two new exhaust fans. 

Tasek’s fabric filter conversion

24 March 2020, Published under Cement News

CTP Team has completed an ESP conversion project for Tasek Corp’s Ipoh cement plant in Malaysia to help the producer comply with new regulations for dust emissions at the stack. The 3-in-1 fabric filter system is designed with 12m-long bags equipped with SWAP cleaning technology,and required smart-thinking to fit an existing footprint. By CTP Team, Italy. Fabric filter at Tasek Corp’s Ipoh plant, Malaysia At the beginning of 2017 CTP Team entered negotiations with Tasek Corporat...

CTP Team wins Malaysian ESP to baghouse conversion project

13 December 2018, Published under Cement News

Italy-based CTP Team has been awarded a turnkey project for air pollution control in Malaysia for the conversion of an existing PL1 raw mill electrostatic precipitator (ESP) into a fabric filter as well as the upgrade of an existing exhaust fan. CTP Team has signed a turnkey contract with YTL Cement, for the conversion to bag filter of an ESP of Perak-Hanjoong Simen's cement plant in Pedang Rengas, Malaysia. The project consists of a full turnkey solution for the conversion into a more effi...

Lafarge Malaysia invests in new baghouse

31 August 2018, Published under Cement News

Lafarge Malaysia Bhd has installed a new MYR20m (US$4.8m) baghouse at its Kanthan cement plant following the installation of a MYR180m vertical roller mill in 2016. The new baghouse replaces the old electrostatic precipitator to reduce dust emissions at the plant. "The bag filter is cleaned at pre-programmed intervals and the dust particles are channeled into hoppers to be recirculated into the kiln process for efficient material utilisation, said Lafarge Malaysia. The upgrade at the Kan...

Optimising filter media

28 October 2013, Published under Cement News

As environmental regulations are tightened and pollution control equipment is required to function at higher efficiencies, baghouse performance and maintenance is becoming increasingly important. The operational efficiency of baghouse dust collection systems can be improved by integrating all dust collection system controls. By Vahid Mirsaiidi, FilterSense, USA. Figure 1: B-PAC integrated baghouse control, sensing and diagnostic system At a time when plant managers are looking t...

USA: Ash Grove's Montana City cement plant invests

27 June 2013, Published under Cement News

Ash Grove Cement in Montana City is aiming to stay competitive, thanks to some recent upgrades and expansion. It's been nearly 50 years since Ash Grove broke ground for its cement plant in Montana City, and while much of the plant may look the same on the outside, many changes have taken place on the inside. Most of the changes have to do with complying with strict EPA industrial emissions regulations. "We've always felt that we've complied with all of our regulatory requirements," said ...