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'Turbo Powsizer': the performance of an on-line particle size measuring instrument newly developed for finished cement mills

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_the development of an on-line particle size measuring instrument for automatically measuring and controlling the fineness of cement during manufacture has been a long-cherished dream of the cement industry. The authors used a high-precision classifier and two flow meters to succeed in developing an on-line particle size measuring instrument for use in finished cement mill processes. The instrument's construction and software are described, together with results of research on the instrument's measuring accuracy. In addition, to corroborate the practicality of this instrument, data relating to the fineness measurement and automatic control of the fineness of the finished cement are introduced for reference. The data were obtained by using 10 models of this instrument that have been put to practical application.

Affiliations: 1: Sankyo Pio-Tech Co, Ltd, Naruko-Building, 1-14-13, Hon-Cho, Nakano-Ku, Tokyo 164, Japan


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