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April 2021

The April issue of World Cement begins with the China Regional Report, which includes a case study on SCR technology. The issue then moves on to the topic of Grinding & Milling with the World Cement Grinding Q&A, which features content from FLSmidth, Gebr. Pfieffer, Loesche, and thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions. Other topics covered in the issue include: Explosion Prevention & Protection, Pyroprocessing, Refractories, Waste Heat Recovery, Sampling & Analysis, and Process Efficiency & Optimisation.

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Everything In Moderation
Wang Lan, China Building Materials Academy, discusses the installation and operation of a moderate temperature SCR Reactor for ChangXing Southern Cement Company.

Back To The Grind: World Cement Q&A
World Cement interviewed some of the leading equipment suppliers for their thoughts on the topic of grinding & milling. Read on to hear from: FLSmidth, Gebr. Pfeiffer, Loesche, and thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG.

Fire Away
Emre Ergun, IEP Technologies, outlines the preventative and protective measures the company put in place to help a Turkish cement manufacturer mitigate the combustion risks associated with alternative fuels.

Claying It All On The Line
Luiz Felipe de Pinho and Roberto Campos, Dynamis, discuss the company’s role in the design and supply of equipment for Cementos Argos’ Rio Claro calcined clay activation plant and explain how clay activation technology could allow for a more sustainable and competitive method of cement production.

Making Grate Strides
Valentina Bordei and Viktor Penner, thyssenkrupp, show how an improved static grate design could enhance cement plant performance with a more stable operation, higher equipment availability, lower fuel consumption, and increased clinker production.

Paying Attention To Prevention
Pawel Kedzior, Havec Engineering Co., outlines how Hot Kiln Alignment can be employed by cement producers as an effective method of preventive maintenance.

A Platform For Improvement
Jeff Mirisola, Bricking Solutions, outlines how suspended platforms could help cement producers increase efficiency for vertical vessel maintenance.

The Value Of Veneering
Refratechnik Cement GmbH discusses the applications of a new concrete veneering technology including its use in emergency kiln lining repair.

A Lifetime Achievement
Daniel Hansted-Martin, HASLE Refractories, explains how Lafarge Canada’s Exshaw Cement Plant has reduced abrasion and chemical challenges and tripled the lifetime of the refractory lining in the facility’s Riser Duct using a precast Modular Lining.

No Time To Waste
Sabrina Santarossa, Turboden, explains how waste heat recovery technology could help cement plants to reach their sustainability goals, while increasing efficiency and reducing production costs.

Reaping The Rewards
Paul Iverson, SABIA, outlines the optimisation techniques set to enable cement producers to get the most value out of their PGNAA systems and realise the benefits of bulk material analysis technology.

That’s The Ticket!
Scott Dugan, Command Alkon, explains how companies can streamline business processes and the operational tasks necessary to ticket and scale cement, enabling drivers to check-in, load, and ticket trucks without interruption.

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