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Coal in cement production

Update date: Aug 30

Aug 29, 2021 The selected coal oxide is much cheaper than 4A bran coal, so when put into production, it is still guaranteed to increase productivity and quality along with keeping the product cost. The solution of using coal oxide in the production of rotary kiln cement clinker has been applied by many cement factories many years ago

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