Cement Clinker comes from the manufacturing of Portland cement, it is produced inside a kiln where a raw mix of limestone and aluminosilicate materials such as clay is heated and then rapidly cooled to produce lumps and pellets of clinker. Clinker can consist of various calcium silicates including Alite and Belite but the main material used to produce clinker is limestone fused with a secondary material containing clay.
Clinker is grounded into a fine powder and used as a binder in cement products, gypsum can be added in small amounts to further the coagulation. Other active ingredients or chemical admixtures are added to produce other kinds of cement. The most common cement produced from Clinker is known as the Portland cement. However, there exists a variety of cement produced from clinker and they are sulfate resistant clinker, low heat clinker, white Clinker, Low-Alkali Clinker, Belite Calciumsulfoaluminate Ternesite (BCT). Clinker is hardy enough to be used to produce cement, it can be stored in dry conditions for several months with minimum degradation. The material’s superb integrity can withstand deterioration, making it a highly traded commodity.
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