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18 CEMENT AMERICAS • Spring 2017 • www.cementamericas.com with your project to guarantee successful refractory in- stallation. Our commitment to providing superior product quality, fast delivery and prompt customer service has been, and will always be, our trademark." www.plibrico.com 18. Power Into Motion Regal Beloit Corp. is working to create a better industry by efficiently converting power into motion. The company offers electric motors, electrical motion controls, power generation and power transmission products serving mar- kets throughout the world, including the cement industry. The company is comprised of three business segments: Commercial and Industrial Systems, Climate Solutions and Power Transmission Solutions. "Over the last 55-plus years, we have grown from one brand to a family of many major brands and countless products," the company stat- ed. "Our growth has happened both organically and by acquiring and successfully integrating more than 50 new businesses over the past several years. Our worldwide family of brands now share best practices, human re- sources, business processes, information technology and engineering expertise, affording us the unique ability to provide innovative, cost-effective products, system solu- tions and services when and where our customers need them most." www.regalbeloit.com 19. Heat Exchange Solex Thermal Science offers the development, design and manufacturing of high-efficiency, indirect heat ex- changers. The Solex heat exchanger is capable of han- dling any relatively free-flowing powder or crystalline bulk solids, making it the perfect candidate to cool cement, while using up to 90 percent less energy. The cooling of cement is an important step prior to stor- age in mitigating gypsum dehydration and subsequent moisture liberation that can lead to lump forma- tion. Recommendations vary but it is generally ac- cepted that with mill outlet temperatures of around 110 C to 120 C, cooling to below 80 C is necessary to avoid this reaction. The ideal temperature to fur- ther avoid moisture attrac- tion while in storage (due to its hygroscopic proper- ties) is in the range of 50 C to 60 C. With a heat transfer area of almost 10 times that of traditional vertical powder coolers combined with up to 75 percent less water usage, the Solex Cooler of- fers high efficiency, effec- tiveness and reliability. www.solexthermal.com 20. Wear Protection Kalenborn Abresist offers a variety of products for wear protection. The wear-resistant prod- ucts are ideal for lined slurry piping, bunkers, bunker spi- rals, chutes and hop- pers handling abra- sive and corrosive components such as mine backfill, mag- netite, tailings and ore concentrate. Wear resistant linings and pipes can be custom-engi- neered in ABRESIST fused cast basalt, KALOCER alumina ceramic, including special KALBOND attachment system; KALCOR zirconium corundum, KALCRET hard compound and KALMETALL-W hard weld overlay chromium carbide. Additional products include KALFLEX wear resistant flexi- ble piping systems and KALMETALL-TC, tungsten carbide for extreme wear and abrasion and KALPOXY solid epoxy corrosion resistant coatings. www.abresist.com FEATURE

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