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  JK Lakshmi, dark horse
JK Lakshmi (JKLC) currently has a total installed capacity of 12.5 MTPA, which is spread across the geographies of North (inclusive of Gujarat) and East India

Large capacity VRMs with multi drives will be the preferred option
As a consultant for cement, lime and mineral industry, YV Satyamurthy believes that the statutory requirement of reporting of SOx & NOx along with SPM compels the industry to install CEMS for all the stacks.

An effective pollution control device
Over a period of time, baghouse has overtaken ESP in pollution control. In many cement plants, ESPs are getting replaced with a baghouse. Let us see the advantages of baghouse.

AFR Utilisation,a major challenge
The major challenge for the technology suppliers has been with technologies, which are sized for higher capacities; but when the plants have to be operated at reduced capacities (due to market conditions), they are expected to maintain the same efficiency parameters.

Selection of proper filter media
To improve stack emissions day by day, stringent air pollution control norms imposed by CPCB have become a priority for cement plants operations. In the last two decades, pollution control norms and trends in India are reducing in every sectors.

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