Clinker Production

In modern cement plants, the burning process is performed in a chain of three systems. In the multistage cyclone preheater with calciner, the raw meal is preheated to about 800 to 900 ° C and decarbonated by kiln exhaust gases. In the rotary kiln itself, a temperature of approx. 1450 ° C causes sintering – a chemical/mineralogical process, during which the cement clinker is formed. The clinker formed is then cooled in clinker cooler. The exhaust air from the cooler which contains the recuperated heat is used in the kiln as combustion air. The products offered for entire clinker production process are divided as -

Material Analysis / Upstream of Kiln feed



Material analysis/Hot meal



Material analysis/Clinker