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Global Housing Technology Challenge - India

  Global Housing Technology Challenge - India

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E-Course on Vulnerability Atlas of India Special Issue of Nirman Sarika on the occasion of World Habitat Day 2019
 

 

 

A plant has recently been set up in India to produce walling blocks, ceiling tiles and binder from Phosphogypsum.

The following steps convert phosphogypsum to commercially gypsum plaster boards:

 

1.    Grinding of calcined gypsum, and its storage.

 

2.    Proportioning and mixing of gypsum plaster with water. Set controller and filler is-added to this slurry with a small quantity of glass fibre as reinforcement;

 

3.    Casting of board with the board forming machine.

 

4.    Carrying the 'green' board on a belt conveyor until the core sets and edges are stuck.

 

5.    Cutting boards with a rotary knife into lengths of 1m to 6m before the 'green' board reaches the end of the machine belt.

 

6.    Drying of boards by passing them through a tunnel kiln. Hot-air/steam allow recirculation of air. Natural drying is possible for small production. Drying is a very sensitive operation requiring careful attention.

 

7.    Transferring of dry boards on to portable platform and transportation to the warehouse.

 

 
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