Grinding Fly Ash / Making Fly Ash Cement

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Posted in: , on 23. Dec. 2007 - 18:05

Re: Shenyang Aircraft Research Institute Powder Company

Dear Sirs,

I am interested to know if you have installed any unit for grinding Fly Ash from Coal based power plant or for making flyash cement?

Please inform me on my E-mail :


Dipak Mehta


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Re: Grinding Fly Ash / Making Fly Ash Cement

Posted on 4. Dec. 2007 - 04:06

I assume you are grinding cold ash offsite from the boilers.

I have seen a double rotor cage mill used at the ash receiving hopper to knock apart the large clinkers in order to make it possible to pneumatically convey the ash to storage hoppers.

If you need very fine product you are probably looking at something like a ball mill which I am certainly not an expert on.

Re: Grinding Fly Ash / Making Fly Ash Cement

Posted on 10. Dec. 2007 - 05:42

General Kinematics specializes in vibratory ball milling for the fly ash as you described. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best Regards,