AGICO Portland Cement Plant Features
- CE certificate, high quality guaranteed;
- Low energy consumption and low resource waste rate;
- High production efficiency, maximum capacity can reach 10000 t/d;
- Advanced automatic control system, very convenient to manage your production;
- Low maintenance cost, cost performance is high;
Portland Cement Manufacturing Process
The Portland cement plant we built uses the new dry process to produce Portland cement. The cement manufacturing process in the plant can be divided into seven steps:
Step 1 – Raw Material Crushing & Pre Homogenization:
In the Portland cement manufacturing process, most raw materials need to be crushed first, such as limestone, clay, iron ore, and coal. Limestone is the main material for Portland cement production, and the particles of limestone generally have a large size and strong hardness when they are mined. Therefore, it is quite necessary to crush them (with crushers) before we use them for cement production. The raw material pre homogenization technology of Portland cement is to realize the preliminary homogenization of raw materials by using the scientific stacking and reclaiming method (bucket wheel stacker reclaimer) in the raw material storage and reclaiming process so that the storage yard has the function of storage and homogenization at the same time.
Step 2 – Material Grinding:
At least 3 tons of materials (including various raw materials, fuel, clinker, etc.) need to be ground to produce one ton of Portland cement. According to statistics, the grinding process in the dry process of cement production line consumes more than 60% of the power of the whole plant, of which raw material grinding accounts for more than 30%, coal grinding accounts for about 30%, and cement grinding accounts for about 40%. Therefore, reasonable selection of grinding equipment and process flow, optimization of process parameters, correct operation, and control of the operating system is of great significance to ensure product quality and reduce energy consumption.