What is Cement?

A powdery substance made by calcining limestone and clay, mixed with water to form mortar or mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete.

How do we produce Cement?

The manufacturing of cement at our Plant involves the selection of best quality raw materials and employing the Dry Process; major portion of ingredients consists of Limestone and Clay. The raw materials are quarried, crushed and corrected for subsequent mixing to form Raw Mix, which is then grinded in Raw Mill and subsequently burnt in a rotary Kiln at a temperature of around 1450° C. The raw materials undergo a number of complex chemical reactions in the burning phase and leave the Kiln as Clinker. Finally, the clinker and gypsum is grinded in a Cement Mill to produce a fine powder, called Cement.

Cement Production – Overview