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Our Manufacturing Process

From attaining the best raw materials to produce the clinker then transferring it cement, we at Margoon cement believe that quality is the key element that reflects our final product. .

Limestone is extracted from the quarry using bulldozers while clay and marl are dug out of the ground using power shovels.
Crushes the raw materials involved firstly into the size of baseballs and secondly into the size of fine grain and are then transported on conveyor belts to the pre blender.
Preparation of raw material mixing and dosing
The raw material is now analyzed by lab to determine mineral content.
The right mixture is reached by adding whatever additives (calcium carbonate, silica, alumina, and iron ore) that are still needed.
The raw material is grinded into fine powder using heavy, wheel type rollers that crush the materials against a rotating table.
After grinding the material is ready for the preheater where a series of chambers into which the raw materials pass on the way to the kiln come in touch with hot gasses that preheat the materials before entering the kiln.
Inside the kiln, the heart of the cement making process, the raw material is heated to around 1,500 degrees C. This intense heat triggers chemical and physical changes turning the materials into clinker.
The clinker is then cooled and stored in the clinker silos, ready for grinding, to produce cement.
The mixture is then very finely ground in a tube filled with steel balls that crush the mixture into a super fine powder to obtain high grade quality cement.
From the grinding mills the cement is conveyed to silos where it awaits mode of transport either by bulk to be transported in container trucks or to the packers to be bagged.
Here cement is bagged for our customers.
  • Limestone is extracted from the quarry using bulldozers while clay and marl are dug out of the ground using power shovels.
  • Crushes the raw materials involved firstly into the size of baseballs and secondly into the size of fine grain and are then transported on conveyor belts to the pre blender.
  • Preparation of raw material mixing and dosing
  • The raw material is now analyzed by lab to determine mineral content.
    The right mixture is reached by adding whatever additives (calcium carbonate, silica, alumina, and iron ore) that are still needed.
  • The raw material is grinded into fine powder using heavy, wheel type rollers that crush the materials against a rotating table.
  • After grinding the material is ready for the preheater where a series of chambers into which the raw materials pass on the way to the kiln come in touch with hot gasses that preheat the materials before entering the kiln.
  • Inside the kiln, the heart of the cement making process, the raw material is heated to around 1,500 degrees C. This intense heat triggers chemical and physical changes turning the materials into clinker.
  • The clinker is then cooled and stored in the clinker silos, ready for grinding, to produce cement.
  • The mixture is then very finely ground in a tube filled with steel balls that crush the mixture into a super fine powder to obtain high grade quality cement.
  • From the grinding mills the cement is conveyed to silos where it awaits mode of transport either by bulk to be transported in container trucks or to the packers to be bagged.
  • Here cement is bagged for our customers.