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In discussion: Axel Jahn, Pollrich
Global Cement, April 2020
Mr. Axel Jahn, not only an institution at POLLRICH but also a pillar of strength with a lot of knowledge in industrial fans, speaks about POLLRICH’s rich history, fan expertise and future projects.
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World Cement, January 20
POLLRICH discusses in the January issue of World Cement different types of wear and the preventive measures that that can avoid costly downtimes and plant stoppages. Production of first-lass cement is a very demanding process for all components, especially for the industrial fans and blowers. Learn why high-quality fans are most cost-effective in the long run.
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Key challenges for Industrial Fans and Blowers in the Cement Industry
“Cement & Building Materials Review” by the Arab Union for Cement and Building Materials, September 2019
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POLLRICH takes over fan range of Rußwurm Ventilatoren GmbH
ZKG, September 2019
In May 2019, the German industrial fan manufacturer Pollrich took over the fan program and trademark of the former Rußwurm Ventilatoren GmbH.
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World Cement, April 2019
The production of first-class cement is an energy-intensive process. Due to environmental issues and increasing competition, being mindful of energy efficiency becomes more and more important. Up to 70 % of the cost of producing one ton of cement is related to energy. The potentials for improving the energy efficiency during the production process are immense, and industrial fans play a huge part in this. Industrial fans are high energy consumers and normally they are the second highest consumers within the plant, especially if they are not designed energy-efficiently. Therefore, an intelligent retrofit or upgrade of the existing fans can lead to considerable savings both in energy costs and CO2 emissions.
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New Fans According to Old Plans
Bulkinside.com, Pneumatic Conveying March 2019
Four new industrial fans were installed in a power plant in northeastern Mexico, replacing the existing over 40 years old systems. In spite of numerous refurbishments, the old fans from Rothemuehle had become inefficient and maintenance-intensive in the course of time. On this account, the operator had decided to replace the 1975 installed machines completely. By switching to two state-of-the-art fresh air fans and two new induced draft fans as well as the simultaneous implementation of the inlet vane control units from the old Rothemuehle concept to the low-maintenance and more simple POLLRICH design, higher plant efficiency was achieved with greatly reduced energy consumption.
Key challenges for cement fans
International Cement Review March 2019
Industrial fans play a key role in the cement industry and hold large opportunities in reducing the overall energy consumption of the whole plant. In the March issue of the International Cement Review, we discuss the main challenges and potential for industrial fans.
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Heavy duty fans for the Cement Industry
World Cement, Dec. 2018
POLLRICH is closely linked to the cement industry and is well - versed in its special requirements regarding efficiency, availability, and the performance of process fans. Well‑designed industrial fans and blowers help plant operators to lessen shutdown periods, reduce energy costs, and ensures safe and reliable production, which is vital for the cement production process.
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Impeller for harshest environments
In various industrial areas, industrial fans and blowers belong to the most important components for plant operation. Switching off of an industrial fan for maintenance purposes is not easily done. The whole production process can come to a standstill when the fan is powered down. Especially in the steel industry, competent and reliable fan-service and accurate time management is essential to reduce standstill to a minimum and to ensure the plant productivity.
Good, old whiskey and cool beer share some similarities: malt, processed from corn (usually barley,) is needed in the production process. This corn is germinated and afterwards dried. During the whole process, highest purity and quality is required. The supply of fresh air for the drying process, heated up to 120 °C, and the discharge of odour-laden air is vital for the whole process. The humid heat inside the kiln towers makes the highest demands on all installed components.
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