Cement with Best price
What is Cement?
It is a sticky substance that gets stuck in the air and in the vicinity of water where it is not air.
Used in the manufacture of concrete and cement mortar.
The cement becomes rigid with water and forms a solid body.
How is it produced?
Every cement plant should be built next to a mine and without the cement plant mine would be useless.
The most important raw materials for making cement are maroon soil and limestone.
Initially, maroon soil and limestone and bauxite are extracted from the mines and then enters the crushing machine.
These raw materials (Kharg Marl about 2% to 3%, limestone about 2% to 2%, bauxite about 2.5%) are crushed and combined and then stored in a warehouse called soil nests.
Workers usually work 7 hours a day, and about 5,000 tons of raw materials enter the nest daily.
The material then enters the plant from the soil nest by a conveyor.
About 1.5% of iron ore is added to this material.
They then enter the mill and emerge as flour.
They continue to the kiln, the same kiln on the road as we pass by the cement plant, where we can see the heat and the particulate matter coming out.
Before entering the furnace, pre-heat the moisture of this powder.
Now it enters the furnace and looks like molten material and then goes out and cools down rapidly, cooling the molten material quickly to get the clinker.
Clinkers are round grains obtained from rapid cooling of molten materials.
Now the clinker is transported to the clinker storage by conveyor belt and is ready to be transformed into any type of type.
Clinkers are blended and re-milled according to the type of type 2 or 2, etc., with a certain amount of gypsum and a substance called pozzolan.
Now this is cement milled material that is packaged or sold in bulk.
How many types are produced?
Several groups .
Group 1 : Hydraulic
Group II: Mixed
Group III: Whitet
Group Four: Colored Portland
The first group is hydraulic as follows.
1-Type 1 Portland , or ordinary Portland
2- Type 2 Portland cement, or modified Portland cement, most of which is used in concrete manufacturing in Iran.
3- Type 3 Portland cement, or early hardened cement, suitable for concrete in cold weather.
4- Type 4 Portland cement, or low-heat cement, is most commonly used for bulk concrete such as dams.
5- Type 5 Portland cement, or sulfate-resistant cement, which is most commonly used for concrete shore and seawater as bridge foundations.
The second group of mixed cements in Iran are as follows.
Portland cement slag
The third group consists of white
It is mainly used in painting, sealing and decorative work and is much more expensive than conventional .
The fourth group is Portland colored cement
In fact, it is combined with mineral colors that are mostly used for painting, flooring, bonding and decorative work.
How is it transported and maintained?
To carry , either in bulk or in bulk.
bags weigh 50 kg and are produced in paper or tarpaulin.
A special machine called a bonker is used for bulk carriage and the silo must be emptied and stored.
Where are the cement plants in Iran?
There are plants in almost all the provinces of the country, we are satisfied with our production and export to neighboring countries.
Before the revolution, due to the growth of construction, the need in the country increased and all needed was imported until the parliament planned to build Iran’s first factory in Rey and Iran began producing .
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