• large mill

    Ultra-fine clay particles

    Clay Technology magazine
    A cementitious minerals processing technology could provide an alternative to ball mills, for producing ultra-fine-particles of cement, clay bodies and calcium carbonate for industrial applications. The technology, which is ongoing patent application, is said toimprove energy and cost efficiency due to improved grinding and the ability to produce ultra-fine comminution products at quicker rates.
  • tiles

    Predicting tile behaviour

    Clay Technology magazine
    Predicting the behaviour of fired clay materials subjected to frost, such as roof tiles, may be one step closer, say researchers in France.
  • New BIS Showcase of Low Carbon Manufactured Products includes Low Carbon Tableware

    The Ceramics Society
    A new exhibition showcasing UK-manufactured low carbon products has been unveiled. The exhibition includes hospitality tableware produced by Dudsons with the lowest carbon footprint of any ceramic hospitality tableware manufactured anywhere in the world.
  • Broken bricks

    Durable brick waste

    Materials World magazine
    Replacing Portland cement with 20% ceramic waste powder could lead to superior and durable concrete for building applications, due to its pozzolanic properties.
  • Nominations open for IOM3 Medals and Prizes

    IOM3
    The 2011 Medals and Prizes from IOM3 are open for nominations.
  • Free access to Cement and Concrete Science Virtual Journal

    Maney Publishing
    Maney Publishing are pleased to announce an online collection of articles chosen to complement the 2010 Cement and Concrete Science meeting organised by the Cementitious Materials Group of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. The articles are freely available to download.
  • Grinding cement

    Grinding ultra-fine cement at industrial level

    Materials World magazine
    A cementitious minerals processing technology could provide an alternative to ball mills for producing ultra-fine-particles for industrial applications, such as grouts for oil and gas exploration and high performance building products. The technology is also said to be suitable for industries handling pumice, calcium carbonate, talc, nepheline syenite, clays, ceramics, zeolites and graphite.
  • Journal of the month.....was a success!

    Maney Publishing
    Each month we feature a key journal, lifting restrictions on content to make it freely available to all, and providing additional insights into the team behind the journal, its history, and its content. In July, the Journal of the Energy Institute was Maney's journal of the month. If you've not yet taken advantage of our free content for Journal of the Energy Institute you have until 15 August to do so.
  • Smashed up bricks

    Durable brick waste

    Clay Technology magazine
    Replacing Portland cement with 20% ceramic waste powder could lead to superior and durable concrete for building applications, due to its pozzolanic properties.
  • Low–porosity ceramic tiles

    Clay Technology magazine
    Improved stain resistance in polished ceramic tiles may now be possible, according to researchers at the Instituto de Ceramica y Vidrio in Spain. They have introduced an organic fugitive phase during liquid sintering of green tiles to achieve reduced porosity volume with various pore sizes.

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