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CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL Technology

Activation Technology for Blended Cements

CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL Technology improves cement strenghts and allows to reduce the clinker factor thanks to tailor-made solutions designed specifically to achieve your objectives.
This powerful technology, optimal for blended cements, maximizes the use of locally available supplementary cementitious materials to produce low-carbon high quality cements.
Innovation for low-carbon cementS

CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL, to further reduce Cement Co2 Emissions

CHRYSO supports the cement manufacturers in:

  • achieving their CO2 emissions reduction commitments through the reduction of clinker factor
  • improving cement grinding properties therefore decreasing energy consumption and production costs.
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A POWERFUL EARLY AND LATE ACTIVATION TECHNOLOGY FOR BLENDED CEMENTS

CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL Technology is a robust, cost-efficient and powerful activation solution that provides high levels of compressive strengths, both at early age and 28 days, in blended cements.

CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL Technology performance can be adjusted to:

  • maximize the contribution of each mineral addition
  • achieve high quality cement performance at low dosage

These strength enhancers are chloride-free and thus compliant with low-chloride content cement standards.

CHRYSO PROVIDES YOU WITH TAILOR-MADE SOLUTIONS DESIGNED FOR
YOUR OWN TECHNICAL AND PRODUCTION REQUIREMENTS

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CHRYSO®AMA100EL technology

HOW TO REACH HIGHER CLINKER FACTOR REDUCTION?

The clinker-to-cement ratio (percentage of clinker compared to other non-clinker materials) is a key lever to reduce the CO2 per tonne of cement produced.
Our expert teams will help you to:

  1. Enhance blended cement performance:
    By recommanding or designing tailor-made additives to improve compressive strengths and the general quality of cements.
  2. Extend the use of mineral additions while maintaining cement performance:
    • Increase the content of supplementary cementitious materials
    • Use together different mineral additions to produce composite cements and CEM II/C-M cements according to the soon validated new European Standards NF EN 197-5
    • Extend the type of supplementary cementitious materials locally available: slag, fly ash, limestone, pozzolana and calcined clay.
  3. Improve Cement grinding:
    By taking into account the grindability properties of all the materials to be ground therefore enhancing the cement reactivity.

CEMENT PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT

Cement Performance

CLINKER FACTOR
REDUCTION

Clinker factor

CO2 EMISSION
REDUCTION

Co2 emission

A FAST AND FOCUSED APPROACH TO DELIVER OPTIMIZED PERFORMANCE

Scientific expertise

Scientific expertise

With our strong expertise in Cement chemistry, we provide you with the right technical solution

  • Specific characterization of your clinker and cementitious materials (slag, pozzolana, fly ash, limestone, and most recently calcinated clay)
  • Design of tailor-made strength enhancer with CHRYSO®AMA 100 EL Technology
  • Applicative lab tests with your specific materials

Recommendations & BENEFITS assessment

CHRYSO RECOMMANDATION

We provide cement manufacturers with a complete report of our solution benefits

  • Applicative Lab test report
  • CHRYSO®Additive Benefit Costing including Clinker factor & CO2 emission reduction assessment

On site Technical 
support

ON SITE SUPPORT

To help you achieve your objectives, CHRYSO expert teams will support you during the industrial trials for:

  • Product validation
  • Dosage optimization

LabNews

Technical & scientific articles on cement
Improving VRM stability to achieve higher clinker factor reduction

In some specific process conditions (e.g. Vertical Roller Mills), the use of conventional high performance strength enhancers can lead to process limitations. These sides effects are often controlled by reducing the dosing rate of cement additive. However, this leads to a lack of grinding aid in cement to achieve all the benefits from the chemicals. […]

Overtaking cement grinding process limitations to reach full cement activation potential

The performance of conventional strength enhancers can be limited by different grinding process constraints. An example is given with a process design based on a combined high-pressure-roller-press with single chamber ball mill and 3rd generation separator. It is stressed a high process sensitivity with strength enhancers. This demonstrates the direct impact of too powerful strength […]

Activation of blended cement by amine additives

In order to reduce CO2 emissions coming from cement production, manufacturers are increasingly making use of supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs). However, the use of SCMs such as slag, fly ash or limestone usually leads to a decrease of cement strength performances, especially at early age. The addition of an efficient activator can allow to compensate this loss of performances. Different molecules and salts can be used […]

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