Particle Size Analyzers for the Cement Industry

Launched this month, a new brochure from Malvern Panalytical, gives a complete overview of the company's comprehensive range of particle size analyzers for the cement industry.

Using advanced laser diffraction technology, Malvern Panalytical's complete solution packages are now standard in most particulate processing industries, including over 400 cement plants across the globe. The range of analyzers includes options for off-, at- and on-line cement measurement, providing ideal solutions for both conventional and fully automated laboratories, and the process environment.

Increasingly, the industry is replacing Blaine analysis with particle size measurement to gain better control of cement performance. Laser diffraction offers a highly robust, consistent method of characterizing the complete cement size distribution, enabling accurate measurement and control of the cement fineness. This can significantly reduce the product inconsistencies observed when using Blaine analysis, from 6-7% to less than 1% RSD.

As world leaders in particle characterization, Malvern Panalytical has pioneered the use of both laboratory and real-time, on-line particle size analysis in powder processing for more than 40 years. The 'turnkey' packages summarized within the new Cement Plant Solutions brochure can not only increase the quality and consistency of a finished product, but also substantially reduce production costs, giving an excellent return on investment.


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