ASIRIUS is a reliable full-range solution provider for the cement industry. From new and upgradation projects to equipment modernisation, individual machines, spares and services, we have the unique expertise and technical know-how to meet customer’s specific requirements.
From the initial stages of quarry, raw material transportation and storage till the packing station from where cement bags leaves the cement plant, ASIRIUS offers 360-degree solutions guided by our mission of driving prosperity and sustainable growth through innovative and cost-effective solutions.
We work closely with our customers in cement industry across the world to reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO) by offering intelligent solutions which maximises their productivity. Through different stages of plant cycle, ASIRIUS offers one-window operation to our clients which not only accelerates different procedures but also ensures fast and trouble-free communication.
Cement manufacturing process starts with the extraction and preparation of raw material. Even at the initial stages, the requirements are high because high-grade homogeneous raw material is critical to manufacturing high-grade cement in a cost-effective way. This is why ASIRIUS solves your challenging tasks while focusing on:
The burning process is performed in 3 consecutive steps:
The first step is a multistage cyclone preheater with calciner where the raw material is preheated to approx. 900C and calcined. Then the material is passed on to the rotary kiln where sintering takes place at a temperature of approx. 1450C for formation of clinker. Subsequently, the clinker is passed through clinker cooler. Due to the competitive business environment, the industry’s requirements regarding quality, maximum performance, minimum costs and low emission rates, from the preheater to the clinker conveyor, are more decisive today than they have ever been before
In the final process stage of cement manufacturing, the cement clinker is extracted from the clinker silos and finely ground, together with gypsum as a setting regulator and possibly other additive materials.The composition and fineness determine the cement properties and thus the strength of the produced concrete. The different types and strength categories of cement are stored in separate silos and then discharged into loading systems. In recent years, cement manufacturers have significantly increased their product ranges – a trend that can be expected to continue for economical and ecological reasons.