A single industry accounts for around 5 percent of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. It produces a material so ubiquitous it is nearly invisible: cement. It is the primary ingredient in concrete, which in turn forms the foundations and structures of the buildings we live and work in, and the roads and bridges we drive... read more
Jenike & Johanson can help you meet your cement industry needs with retrofitting of bins to alleviate costly material flow problems, implementing new mass flow silos or stockpiles to maximize efficient gravity reclaim, or feeding of alternative fuels to the cement kiln or pre-heater calcination tower.
The company has 17 operative gypsum board plant locations located in strategic markets nationwide to offer customers quick delivery. Some of the newest, such as the Apollo Beach, FL, Shippingport, PA, Westwego, LA and Mt. Holly, NC facilities, use solid waste byproduct gypsum from nearby power plants to produce wallboard.
"Hocreboard" Fiber cement board Raw Materials:Cement,Quartz Sand,Fiber and Other non hazardous ingredients Basic Color:Grey Density:≥1.10g/cm3 Moisture Content:≤10% Water Absorbing Capacity:≤35% Thermal Conductivity:Average≤0.20W/MK Bending Strength:Transverse≥11.0N/mm3 Vertical≥8.5N/mm3 Radioactivity:Conforming to GB6566-2001 A ...
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Saint-Gobain and CertainTeed North American Headquarters. Case Study – 05-07-2018. The headquarters features innovative building materials from the Saint-Gobain family of companies, including glazing, roofing, insulation, gypsum wallboard, and acoustical ceilings and wall panels, and serves as a living laboratory so employees can evaluate ...
The cement industry faces a number of challenges that include depleting fossil fuel reserves, scarcity of raw materials, perpetually increasing demand for cements and concretes, growing environmental concerns linked to climate change and an ailing world economy.