The June issue of World Cement begins with a review of the Western European cement market before moving on to cover a range of technical topics.
Dr John Irons, Halifax Fan UK, and Diane Wang, Halifax Fan China, provide an overview of how clinker cooler and sinter fans operate in cement plants.
Nathan Schindler, Evonik Corp. and Keith Ogilvie, National Filter Media Corporation, examine the true cost of ownership of cement plant baghouses.
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Catherine Kerninon, EUROSAC, and Kennert Johansson, CEPI Eurokraft, discuss the results of a recent study by Sintef which investigated the shelf life of paper and plastic cement sacks.
Jill Truscott, LafargeHolcim, explains how energy efficiency studies, emissions capture strategies and alternative fuel systems could be set to help the cement industry reduce its carbon emissions.