The cost data provided by cement plants and manufacturers of dust collectors were used in estimating the capital erection energy cost maintenance cost depreciation interest and overhead etc. 4. Cost of dust at the kiln feed end. 5. Maintenance cost varies between 12.6% and 12.8% of total cost.
Learning Outcomes. The purpose of the course is to identify the function of th e Maintenance Planner as a key player within the plant activities.. Planning responsibilities include; research scope of work estimation of material and labor requirements preparation of task instructions identifi ion of tool and equipment requirements and preparation of a list of materials for work.
Measuring the right level of maintenance costs in a cement plant Abstract:
Key Facts. Capital intensity: The cost of cement plants is usually above €150M per million tonnes of annual capacity with correspondingly high costs for modifi ions.The cost of a new cement plant is equivalent to around 30 years of turnover which ranks the cement industry among the most capital intensive industries.
The plant manager must ensure compliance with all standards policies and regulations for safe environmentally-sound production of a quality product. responsibilities plan and direct the daily operations of the plant grinding plant. maintenance experience in cement plant optimize the production capacity and operating cost of the.
Energy costs Maintenance Investment . Page 3 of 3 Grinding is a highly energy intensive process in the cement industry. With incorporation of such techniques several cement plants world over are operating their kilns with specific volumetric loading upto 6.5 tpd/ m 3 on sustained basis.
The Vista Cement Plant project aims to construct a new cement production plant with two production lines each with a production capacity of 3500 tonnes of clinker per day. repair and maintenance costs. Versatile long-lasting and durable concrete is a cost-effective
Cimar a cement company lo ed in Maranhão needed higher plant reliability and less maintenance costs. With this goal in mind they chose a WEG new M Mining motor 3400 kW 6 poles 6600 V 60 Hz designed with a new brush lifting system to replace an existing motor from another manufacturer with fixed brushes.
Maintenance Cost/Replacement Asset Value of the Plant and Equipment < 3%: Hourly Maintenance Workers as a % of Total : 15%: Planned Maintenance: Planned Maintenance/Total Maintenance > 85% Planned and Scheduled Maintenance as a % of hours worked 85-95%: Unplanned Down Time 0%: Reactive Maintenance < 15%: Run to Fail Emergency Non-Emergency
The traditional maintenance program had demanded an annual budget $6.875M per year. Typically $3.75M per year had been budgeted for with the budget shortfall showing as work backlog. As a result of the project new maintenance standards were developed.
Maintenance schedules: Not all breakdowns or repairs can be predicted but preventive maintenance keeps them minimized. Set up a regular maintenance schedule that covers all essential equipment and accessories. This gives you a buffer cutting down the cost and time required for handling repairs especially in emergencies.
The purpose of this document is to present a methodology for defining the right level of maintenance costs in a cement plant. Several parameters influence maintenance costs. In particular the
Reduction in maintenance cost. Assessment of potential capacity of plant and suggestions for achieving the Data collection for plant description optimisation study in a cement plant in Pakistan. At the time of study the plant was operating at a production level of about 1800 tpd clinker.
Cement plant’s performance levels to maintain smooth system This lowers a plant’s costs by reducing or eliminating emergency field service deployment cement sys-tem downtime and less-than-optimal system performance. maintenance improves production efficiency
Ashoka& 39;s cement plant unit has continued focused on objectives of product improvement and quality. In our entire turnkey cement plant equipments and machinery we supply a complete assembly consisting of different machines and equipment which facilitate the plant to execute efficiently and manufacture a better-quality completed product as per the international quality standards.
MAINTENANCE IN THE CEMENT INDUSTRY. Maintenance in the cement industry is one of the contributor of the production cost and represent typical 15 – 25 per cent of total manufacturing expenditure. Many companies have tried to use standard production methods to control maintenance cost. This is not effective.
Better maintenance concepts will improve fixed costs: the renegotiation of maintenance contracts or use of insourced maintenance typically reduces procurement in this egory by 15 to 20 percent. The cost-leadership model is exemplified by Shree Cement in India and Anhui Conch in China.
True reliability is achieved when the most cost-effective methods are applied to the assets in the plant thereby maximizing the maintenance effort with the minimum total cost to the business. “Economy of force” is a military term used to describe the technique of using only the force necessary to defeat the enemy.