Solutions for Mining, Aggregate and Cement

Process Instrumentation and Analytics solutions for Mining, Aggregate and Cement (MAC)

Creating value from raw materials.

As a trusted automation supplier, Siemens provides comprehensive, field-proven solutions to the unique challenges faced by our mining, aggregate and cement customers.  Getting control and measurement right at the heart of the extractive or processing operations is key to boosting profitability and maintaining reliability.  Siemens can support customer needs in the mineral, aggregates and cement industries - from power generation through plant automation.  Siemens has the specialists who understand your industry needs and are able to configure new solutions or retrofit existing applications.

Level measurement for cement industry

It's the experience that counts . . . and it's the experience that measures!

There are many areas to measure level in a cement plant from the primary crusher to the silos. Reliable measurement demands robust, designed-to-purpose products which can withstand even aggressive, hostile environments.

Dry solids flow for cement industry

The "black magic" of solids flow measurement

What's really going on inside a solids flow meter? Learn more about the principle of an impact-based flow meter and the advantages of this technology.

Technical Services Agreements for Weighing Systems

Technical Service Agreements for Weighing Systems

Whether you are a small, mid-size or large manufacturer, a Siemens Technical Service Agreement (TSA) for weighing systems lets you budget the exact service you need to reduce unscheduled down time and avoid expensive emergencies.

Siemens TSA's are available for Siemens products as well as scales delivered by other manufacturers, allowing you a single source solution.

Measuring continuous improvement: sustainability at Sibelco Benelux

Siemens process instruments monitor many processes at Sibelco Benelux. See how Siemens provides the data necessary for Sibelco Benelux to continuously improve their processes.

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