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National Awards for Energy Efficiency

In Indian Cement Industry (2000-2001)

 

M/s. Maihar Cement & M/s. Shree Cement – both have used our Calcium Silicate Insulation (CSI) - has been awarded subject awards at the International Seminar & Exhibition on Energy & Environment in Cement Production and Sustainable Construction organized by M/s. NCCBM at Delhi on 28-31.1.2002. 

M/s. Maihar Cement, Unit No. 2 has reported electrical energy consumption of 79 KWH/ton of cement and 153 kg. coal per ton of clinker for 13.50 lacs tons cement production during the year 2000-2001 (page: 87-90)1. 

M/s. Shree Cement has reported excellent improvement & performance - Energy Conservation Management Review – (page: 78-81) 1. 

A cement plant manufacturing 1 million tons of cement consumes about 0.18 million tons of steam coal per year.  By using CSI - about 265 tons value Rs.1.2 crore - it is possible to save 27,000 tons of steam coal value approximate Rs. 7 crores per year. 

The comparative thermal & electrical energy consumption in cement plants are: 

Energy consumption

Average

Indian

plant

Good

Indian

plant

Best

Indian

plant

Best

World

plant

Thermal (Kcal/kg of clinker)

815

734

677

650

Electrical
(kwh/ton of cement)

115

89

69

65

We can help you cut your energy cost by calculating heat losses and surface temperature data for CSI using NAIMA, U.S.A.’s 3E plus program.  Please send details of your thermal equipments to enable us to suggest how CSI can effectively help conserve expensive thermal (heat) energy.

Reference 

CMA-NCCBM Special publication on Energy, Environment and Quality in Cement and Construction Industry, quarterly January 2002.

Naveen Chadha, Associated Cement Cos. Ltd., Improvement in Energy Efficiency of Indian Cement Industry, page: 5-11.

 S. P. Ghosh, Cement Manufacturer’s Association, Benchmarking through performance monitoring for improving energy efficiency, productivity and cost reduction in cement manufacturer, page: 13-17.
 


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