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ZKG Newsletter 22|2019
Industry response to sustainability challenges

Ian Riley | CEO World Cement Association

Despite the spate of recent positive adverts, progress on industry-wide carbon abatement has stalled since 2012. According to GNR, after dropping 18 % between 1990 and 2012, net CO2 emissions/ton cementitious have remained flat.
In 2018, the WCA held the Global Climate Change Forum, which highlighted initiatives that will make an impact on carbon emissions reductions in the long term including: optimising the use of cement in construction, exploring the potential of innovative technologies, and supporting the transition to a low-carbon built environment.
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Towards a circular green economy and digital transformation

Photo: Anke Bracht, ZKG

More than 600 attendees came to Antalya/Turkey to join the 15th TÇMB International Technical Seminar and Exhibition from 08.10.-11.10.2019. 232 companies participated at this year’s event. In the accompanying exhibition 131 exhibitors presented their products and services for the cement industry and informed about current projects. The main theme of the event was “Towards a circular green economy and digital transformation”.
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Recent projects by Maerz Ofenbau

Photo: Maerz Ofenbau AG

Gangyuan Co. Doo, Smederevo/Serbia, placed an order with Maerz Ofenbau AG for the supply of engineering, license, know-how, equipment as well as technical assistance services during erection, commissioning and start-up of a Maerz PFR lime shaft kiln at the client’s Kucevo lime plant. The new kiln of the circular type R4P will process limestone with a grading of 60 to 110 mm and will produce 600 t of burnt lime per day.
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Investigations into the mechanical properties of Portland slag cement based on GBFS and steel slag
The aim of the study is to investigate the utilization of steel slag in the manufacture of Portland slag cement (PSC) by partial replacement of granulated blast furnace slag (GBFS) with steel slag. In spite of its nonconformity in terms of glass content (≥85 %), as specified in Indian standard IS:12089-1987 for slag to be used in the manufacture of PSC, different PSC blends were prepared using 40, 45, 50 and 55 wt.% of steel slag to investigate the sole use of steel slag in cement.
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Aumund’s Managing Director Dr. Pietro de Michieli new PEMA Chairman

Photo: Aumund

Dr. Pietro de Michieli, Managing Director at Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH, Germany, took over the Chair for Equipment Design and Infrastructure at PEMA Port Equipment Manufacturers Association, UK.
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Highlights of the Current Issue
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Influence of the mineralogy and microstructure of clinker on its grindability – an Indian perspective
Investigations into the mechanical properties of Portland slag cement based on GBFS and steel slag
Influence of cement quality in cementitious tile adhesive formulations
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