The basic raw material for the production of cement is Limestone. The Limestone ore as obtained from the Mines is fed to the Raw Mills after crushing it to acceptable size. Additives such as Iron Ore, High Grade Limestone(Sweetener) etc. are also fed along with Limestone into the Raw Mills as required. In the Raw Mills, the above inputs are ground to a particular fineness. The output of the Raw Mills, called 'Raw Meal' is then burnt in the Kiln and then cooled to produce Clinker. The fuel used for burning of limestone is powdered coal produced from the coal Mill. The Clinker is thereupon fed into Cement Mill & pulverized along with Gypsum to yield the basic cement. A certain proportion of Clinker in the production of cement is replaced by fly ash to produce PPC and by Slag to produce PSC.
Scenic View of Our Uniqueness
Limestone excavated from Mines is transported through Dumpers for feeding into crushers wherein it is reduced from above 850 mm to 80 mm size.
Rotary Kiln provides for Clinkerisation where in Raw Meal is first burnt at temperature at 1400° C & then cooled to 100° - 120°C by means of coolers.
State of the art Vertical Roller Pregrinder Mill grinds Clinker.
Close Circuit Cement Mill ensures high quality grinding of clinker, gypsum, pozzolana and slag to yield best possible uniformity of the cement particles.
Close Circuit Cement Mill
A view of CCR
Centralised Control Room monitoring the manufacturing process through computers.
Packing & Despatch
12 Spout double discharge electronic packer ensures consistency and accuracy in packing of bags.
Loading of bags in the wagon/trucks is carried out automatically by means of wagon / truck loading machines, equipped with Electronic Loading Counters which accurately keep count of the number of bags being loaded.
Efficient logistic & transportation network ensures prompt delivery of materials to the customers.