In the field of cement industry, India stands on the second position in the manufacturing and consumption of cement, and we are proud to be a part of the cement and construction industry. We are one of the top manufacturers of OPC cement in India, that is widely used for commercial as well as residential construction.
Top Manufacturers of OPC Cement in India – Banshiwala Cement
The OPC produced at Banshiwala Cement has high resistive properties towards various chemical reactions. This globally used cement is known as a “ready-made mixture” which is produced in our highly engineered, state of the art manufacturing plant.
Creation and Manufacturing:
Today, Ordinary Portland cement is the most generally utilized structure material on the planet Earth. For manufacturing purposes, raw materials are assembled at the cement plant and about 1.56 billion tons of cement is delivered every year. Yearly worldwide creation of Portland cement is around 3.8 million cubic meters for each year. As top manufacturers of OPC cement in India, this is the procedure that we follow:
Assembling of raw materials – The main raw materials required:
- Calcareous (material having substance of lime)
- Argillaceous (material having substance of silica and alumina)
Procedure– Cement is generally made by two procedures:
- Wet procedure
- Dry procedure
These two procedures contrast in activity yet the essentials of both these procedures are the same. The greater part of the manufacturing plants utilizes the wet process for the creation of cement. There are five phases in assembling of cement by wet procedure:
- Smashing and pounding of crude material
- Blending the material in extent
- Warming the readied blend in turning the oven
- Crushing the warmed item known as clinker
- Blending and pounding of cement clinker with gypsum
- Pulverizing and Grinding:
Crude materials are first squashed into appropriate sizes. This is done normally in a round and hollow ball or cylinder factories containing the charge of steel balls
Blending the Material:
Powdered limestone is blended in with the dirt glue in a legitimate extent (75% of limestone; 25% of clay). The blend is then grounded and made homogeneous by means of compacted gas. The subsequent material is known as slurry having 35-40% water.
Warming the slurry in a rotating furnace:
The slurry is then presented in a rotating furnace with the assistance of a transport. The turning oven comprises of huge chambers 8 to 15 feet in measurement and 300-500 feet tall. It is made with steel and is typically fixed inside with firebricks.
Oven pivots at the pace of 1-2 transformation for every moment. In the rotational oven, the slurry is gone through various zones of temperature. This entire procedure in the oven, for the most part, covers 2 to 3 hours. Distinctive temperature zones are as under:
- Preheating Zone- Here it is kept at 500 degrees Celsius and normally the dampness is expelled and mud is broken into silica, aluminum oxide, iron oxide.
- Disintegration Zone- The Temperature is raised up to 800 degrees Celsius. The stone disintegrates into lime and CO2.
- Consuming Zone- is kept up to 1500 degrees Celsius and the oxides shaped in the above zones join together and structure separate silicate, aluminates, and ferrite.
- Cooling Zone- This is the last stage where the entire mixture gets cooled that is ranging from 150 to 200 degrees Celsius.
The item which is gotten from the rotating oven is known as the cement Clinker. Clinker is normally as greenish dark or dim hued balls.
Granulating the Clinker with Gypsum
The Cement Clinker is then air-cooled. The necessary measure of Gypsum (5 %) is ground to make a fine powder and afterward blended in with the Clinker which finally forms cement. At last, the cement is gathered in sacks and afterward shipped to the necessary site.
At Banshiwala Cement all the manufacturing process is carefully scrutinized and then only the material is carried forward for packaging. We are the top manufacturers of OPC cement in India, and we never compromise on the quality of our products. For any query visit Banshiwalacement.com