The unique, highly energy-efficient OK cement mill

September 16, 2015 Charlotte Backmann

The unique high energy efficient OK cement 

The cement industry has seen a trend towards large-capacity, high-efficiency vertical roller mills for cement grinding in recent years. Driven by increasing energy costs and large-capacity production lines together with increasing demand for high reliability and low maintenance costs, the vertical roller mill has become the natural choice for cement grinding.

Other factors also play a significant role. A high capacity rate and drying capability allows the use of additives with high moisture content. In addition, the vertical roller mill provides the flexibility to easily change from one product type to another in minutes. 

Since the introduction of the OK vertical roller mill to the cement market in 1982, it has built an impressive track record with 130 mills successfully supplied to cement plants around the world. This presentation will address how the OK mill’s unique design contributes to its superior performance. 

Curriculum vitae
Name:     Bo Bentsen
Professional Experience:
General manager, Process, FLSmidth                             2011 - Present
General manager, Technical Integration, FLSmidth      2009 - 2011
General Manager, Pyro Technology, FLSmidth              2003 - 2009
Manager, Cooler systems, Pyro Technology, FLSmidth 1998 - 2002
Process Design Engineer, Pyro Technology, FLSmidth   1995 - 1998
Research Engineer, R&D Division, FLSmidth                      1990 - 1995
Mechanical Engineer, Kiln department, FLSmidth             1988 - 1990

Education:

CEDEP, European Centre for Executive Development . Operational Excellence Programme            (2006-2006)
Bachelor of Business Administration, Informatics and Management Accounting, Copenhagen Business School (1994-1998)
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical engineering, Technical University of Denmark (1984-1988)

Presented by Bo Bentsen
Head of Process, FLSmidth

Previous Article
FLSmidth O&M and Arabian Cement Company – A Successful Partnership

Next Article
FLSmidth abstracts for presentations at AUCBM Conference