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World Cement back issues
Puerto Rico's largest plant converts to the dry process. (Puerto Rican Cement Company Inc.'s Ponce Plant)
April 1, 1992... Background Puerto Rican Cement's Ponce Plant has been in operation for almost 50 years. The history of the plant and the growth of its production capacity indicate how closely it has developed with and contributed to the development of Puerto Rico. Started in 1942, it today has a...
The performance of laser granulometers in the cement industry.
May 1, 1992... Introduction Laser granulometers have been applied by the cement industry for the determination of particle size distribution for more than 15 years. During the last few years a number of new instruments have been introduced on to the market. This, together with the application of...
New REPOL -RS grate cooler with jet-ring plates successfully commissioned.
May 1, 1992... Introduction The efficiency, availability, reliability and the operating and investment costs of a clinker cooler are influenced to a large degree by the grate plates, aeration system and the thickness of the clinker bed in the inlet area of the cooler. Clinker falls out of the...
An overview of the problems of air and water emissions. (cement kilns)
May 1, 1992... Dr Peter Mullinger, Managing Director of Fuel & Combustion Technology reviews some of the history of pollution, pollution control measures and associated legislation and outlines the direction of current legislation in North America and Europe and the practical implications this has for...
World cement review - our annual round up of current cement and lime plant projects.
May 1, 1992... In this special May issue we once again publish reports, news and updates on major cement and lime plant contracts around the world. As usual we extend our appreciation and gratitude to the companies and organisations who have provided so much of the information outlined in the following...