Kiln Process and Operation
Yogyakarta | 26-29 March 2012 | IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential
Yogyakarta |09-12 July 2012 | IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential
Yogyakarta | 10-13 December 2012 | IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential
To achieve optimum economy, the kiln system must be in continuous operation for as long a period as possible. By upgrading skills and knowledge of the personnel involved in kiln operation, the effect of internal and external influences on kiln operation can be reduced. This will reduce variations in the plant’s capacity utilisation and energy consumption which will improve overall plant profitability.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The course is designed for process and operational personnel.
After the course the participants will have an in-depth understanding of the kiln process and equipment. Their skills in operation control will be improved, hereby increasing the plants’ capacity utilisation.
- Process and kiln system
- Basic principles of operation
- Fuel types and their characteristics
- Raw material characteristics
- Optimisation of heat consumption
- Alternative fuels
- Kiln refractory
- Heat balances
- Emission of NOx and SOx from cement kilns
- Kiln system process control
- Starting and stopping the kiln
- Strategies for kiln inspection.
- Case Study
TIME & VENUE
- 26-29 March 2012
- 09-12 July 2012
- 10-13 December 2012
- 4 days – 08 am – 04 pm
Teguh Pudji Purwanto, Ir, MT
Teguh Pudji Purwanto experienced more than 26 years in mechanical industry.
IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential
- Module / Handout
- Training Kit