Portland Cement

The Portland cement process starts with crushing the principal raw materials, mainly limestone and clay, which are ground together moving the refined material to the preheater before being fed to the cement kiln. The heat of the kiln releases off gases while binding and discharging clinker product into a cooler system before being ground again with a source of sulfate like gypsum to produce cement. Portland cement product is graded into several classes based on the ASTM C150 Standard Specification for Portland Cement.  Portland Cement is the key ingredient in concrete used for infrastructure, commercial and residential construction. Teledyne systems provide efficient, effective, and reliable support, data storage, and reporting for the manufacturing process and source emissions.

CO, NOX, SO2, Opacity, and Volumetric Flow systems for criteria pollutant monitoring and NSPS requirements

Particulate Matter, SO2, THC, HCl and Moisture systems to satisfy additional hazardous pollutants and NESHAP requirements

CO2 and Flow Monitoring for  Greenhouse Gas Reporting     

CO and O2 systems for process control

Makeup, Condensate, Feed, Cooling and Effluent Water Quality Analysis pH, ORP, conductivity, turbidity and dissolved O2; 40 CFR 411 and Canadian Liquid Effluent Regulations and Waste Water Effluent Guidelines 

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