Wet Process for Manufacturing of Cement
The kiln has to operate continuously in order to ensure a steady regime and therefore uniformity of clinker. The larger existing kiln in a wet process plant produces 3600 tonnes of clinker per day. The manufacture of cement by wet process is energy intensive and thus uneconomical as compared to dry process and semi dry process.
Manufacturing process of cement - Wet Process Cement
CEMENT MANUFACTURING PROCESS BASED ON MIXING TECHNICS Based on the technic adopted for mixing materials the manufacturing process of cement is divided into wet process and dry process. Wet process is normally used now a days. But dry process is also gaining popularity due to their energy efficiency and when the ingredients are hard.
Wet Process of Cement Manufacturing - Cement Wet Process
The wet process of cement manufacturing refers to grinding material into slurry after mixing with water and then feeding them into the wet process kiln for drying and calcination and finally forming clinker. The slurry’s water content is usually between 32%-36%.
Cement Manufacturing - A Wet Process With Flow Diagram
CEMENT MANUFACTURING – A WET PROCESS WITH THE FLOW DIAGRAM In the wet process 1 The limestone from quarries is first crushed to small size fragments. Then it is mixed with clay or shale in ball or tube mill and ground to form a slurry of a fine consistency with the addition of water.