Sea arrival raw materials are transported to the factory by lighter vessels. Three fast-generating Man Takraf (supplied by Germany) jetty cranes, each 350 MT/hr, were used to unload the materials & transported to a 25000 MT clinker silo.
In the cement plant, the raw material mixture of clinker, gypsum, and additives in a controlled and predetermined ratio gets placed into Polycom, a high-pressure grinding roll. This grinding roll grinds at a speed of 1.6 meters per sec with a shaft power of 1640 KW. It also has a capacity of 250 TPH and is supplied by Thyssen Krupp Industries of Germany.
The high chrome grinding media creates less wear rate. The outcome is better particle size and iron-free.
Then the product is again ground in the Ball Mill. The Ball Mill has a length of 15.29 meters and a diameter of 4.6 meters
The cement fines are separated by the dynamic separator (Sepol) and transported into cement silos by air slides and bucket elevators. The coarse particles get back to the mill for further grinding.
The finished cement is then placed into three automatic packers, each having 12 filling nozzles. These Packer machines, supplied by Haver and Boecker of Germany, can pack 3600 bags per hour.
Finally, the finished cement is loaded using automatic truck loaders and barge loaders and is ready to be delivered.