High efficiency cement coolingConventional cement cooling uses water flow that is open to the plant environment leading to issues with efficiency, maintenance, emissions and contamination. A new indirect cooling technology using cooling water enclosed within plates was tested at a Canadian cement plant showing improved efficiency and promises better maintenance and water usage. Test results are summarized and compared to the conventional cement cooling equipment.
|Author: N. Sutherland, R. Anbari
|Section: Equipment and technology
|Keywords: cement cooling, efficiency improving, cost reducing
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