Dry And Wet Process Of Cement Manufacturing
Wet Process (The rotary kiln is an essential and important component of a cement manufacturing factory. It is made of a thick steel cylinder of diameter anything from 3 meters to 8 meters, lined with refractory materials, mounted on roller bearings and capable of rotating about its axis atEnergy conservation and dust production in wet rotary,,Dec 01, 1976· The cement manufacturing process, especially as it relates to energy usage, is diagrammed in Fig. 1. In order to produce finished cement the raw materials are mined, crushed, ground and, in the case of the more common wet process, are mixed with 25 to 50 percent water to make a slurry to be fed to the kiln.Cement Kilns: Rotary kilns,With the arrival of rotary kilns in Britain in 1900, cement manufacturing processes became sharply defined according to the form in which the raw materials are fed to the kiln. Raw materials were either ground with addition of water, to form a slurry containing typically 30-45% water, or they were ground dry, to form a powder or "raw meal".