Mihir Engineers offer packaged system for conveying/feeding cement and fly ash into silos at Batching Plant Sites. These silo feeding systems are synonymous with modern construction industry practices contributing to improvement in technique and efficiency. In order to fulfill industry requirements, our cement feeding systems are constructed from the best materials.

For the RMC sites where cement received only in bulkers, only Blower with some specific accessories are supplied instead of complete cement feeding systems.

Screw Pump 70 HP 16-18 Ton/Hour for Bag 25-30 Ton/Hour for Bulker
Screw Pump 80 HP 22-25 Ton/Hour for Bag 40-50 Ton/Hour for Bulker

Cement Feeding Systems

Cement feeding systems are equipment used in construction and industrial applications to transport and deliver cement or other powdered materials from storage silos or containers to various points within a manufacturing or construction process. These systems are crucial for maintaining a continuous flow of cement and ensuring accurate and efficient distribution.

Cement feeding systems are designed to be efficient, reliable, and minimize material loss or contamination. They play a crucial role in ensuring a consistent supply of cement to various processes, such as mixing, batching, and filling. The choice of a specific type of cement feeding system depends on factors such as distance, material characteristics, capacity requirements, and the layout of the facility.

Cement Feeding Systems application industries:

Cement feeding systems are used in various industries where the accurate and controlled transfer of cement or other powdered materials is essential. These systems are designed to handle the storage, conveying, and distribution of cement, ensuring a continuous and reliable supply to the required points within a production or construction process. Some of the application industries for cement feeding systems include:

  1.Construction Industry: Cement feeding systems are commonly used in the construction industry to supply cement to construction sites where it's mixed with other materials like sand, aggregate, and water to create concrete. These systems help ensure a consistent supply of cement to the concrete mixing process, improving the quality and efficiency of construction projects.

 2.Concrete Production Plants: Precast concrete plants and ready-mix concrete plants utilize cement feeding systems to automatically deliver the correct amount of cement to the mixing equipment. This ensures accurate batching and consistent quality in the production of concrete products.

 3.Cement Plants: Within cement manufacturing plants, cement feeding systems play a crucial role in transferring cement from storage silos to the production process. This is essential to maintain a steady flow of raw materials and maintain efficient production rates.

 4.Bulk Material Handling: Cement feeding systems are part of larger bulk material handling systems used in industries like mining, minerals processing, and power generation. These systems transport and distribute powdered materials, including cement, efficiently and reliably.

 5.Infrastructure Development: Cement feeding systems are used in large infrastructure projects such as bridges, dams, highways, and tunnels. They ensure a consistent supply of cement to the concrete mixing process, which is critical for achieving the required strength and durability of these structures.

 6.Oil and Gas Industry: In the oil and gas industry, cement is used for well cementing operations. Cement feeding systems are used to deliver cement to well sites, where it's mixed with water and other additives to create cement slurries that are then pumped into oil and gas wells to provide zonal isolation and support the casing.

 7.Waste Management: In waste-to-energy and waste incineration facilities, cement feeding systems are used to inject powdered materials (including cement) into combustion chambers. This helps control combustion and ensure efficient waste disposal.

 8.Chemical Industry: Some chemical processes require the controlled addition of cement or cement-like materials. Cement feeding systems can be adapted for use in chemical production facilities to handle the precise dosing of these materials.