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Aug 23, 2021

Also, the operating efficiencies of large plants are high. The fuel consumption is around 650 – 700 kcal/kg clinker; power consumption is between 65-80 kWh/ton, and man-hours required per ton of cement are as low as 0.15. Cement Making Machinery in Large Cement Plant. AGICO large cement plants are best suited for manufacturing cement by dry process

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