Results (German): Investigation and optimisation of catalytic methods of reducing carbon monoxide and organic components in the exhaust gas of rotary kiln plants in the cement industry
As part of the IGF research project 17364 N funded by the AiF, studies were performed in conjunction with the research institute of the cement industry (FIZ) and the Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering at Clausthal University (ICVT) on the catalytic reduction of CO and organic components in the rotary kiln exhaust gas of cement plants.
This course consists of two modules: "Raw Material Preparation and Grinding Technology" (Module 1) as well as "Clinker Production and Material Technology" (Module 2). Each module has a duration of one week. The course gives a deep insight into cement production technology, covering topics from quarry operation to cement grinding.
Our Plant Maintenance and Refractories Course covers all topics concerning the high efficiency and availability of a cement plant’s key machinery. Measurement of rotary kilns and ball mills as well as independent expertise in mechanical maintenance and inspections are also among the major aspects. In addition, we provide an extensive know-how transfer on high quality refractory kiln brick lining materials and installation including their relation to mechanical failure.
This training course provides a one-week in-depth training session which covers all relevant aspects of cement technology including chemistry, mineralogy and environmental aspects. Quality control as well as cement performance in mortar and concrete will also be covered.
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