"DRY" METHOD OF PRODUCTION OF CEMENT
The plant STANDARD CEMENT uses a dry method of cement production. This method is based on the fact that initially wet limestone and clay are crushed in crushers and dried in special drums-drying. After these two stages, each component enters a common mill, in which they all mix. The received raw materials pass the correction of the chemical composition, and then it is sent to mechanized rotary or shaft furnaces. This significantly reduces the cost of firing, in contrast to the wet method, which involves in the first stage the mixing of raw materials with water. Reducing energy costs with a dry production method is reduced by almost 1.5-2 times.