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Cement Industry

To better understand the alternative fuels you're using at your cement plant, get in touch with an expert today.

ALTERNATIVE FUELS IN THE CEMENT INDUSTRY

Solid Recovered Fuels (SRF) and Refuse Derived Fuels (RDF) are being increasingly utilized in the production of cement; a development which is set to continue in the coming years.

If you are using SRF or RDF in the production of cement, you must demonstrate that you are doing so efficiently by adhering to quality standards and targeted quality assurance measures.

HOW CAN FUEL TESTING HELP CEMENT PLANTS?

Utilising alternative fuels can help reduce waste to landfill, lower carbon emissions and also provide a commercial benefit.

Through sampling and testing your solid fuels, you can ensure that you make your investment worthwhile.

With an economic framework around waste disposal and recycling in place, you will also help promote a Circular Economy.

WHY ALFRED H KNIGHT?

Alfred H Knight is a key service provider to the global cement industry, helping organisations to fully understand their SRF and meet quality requirements.

As specialists in the testing and analysis of alternative fuels, we are UKAS accredited for sampling, preparation and testing SRF to BS:EN standards. We provide analysis from ISO17025-accredited laboratories.

We tailor our services to your unique requirements, allowing us to deliver a truly personalised service.

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To get support or a quotation for Alternative Fuel Testing, get in touch today...

How can AHK help?

Our services include sampling and testing of solid fuels including analysis for:

Moisture content

Ash content

Calorific value

Trace metals

Carbon

Hydrogen

Nitrogen

Oxygen

Sulphur

Chlorine

Trace Metals

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB’s)

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