How the cement is made?
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Cement is typically made from limestone and clay, which are ground together to form a powder. This powder is heated in a rotary kiln, which reaches temperatures of around 1450 degrees Celsius.
During this process, the limestone and clay undergo chemical and physical changes that produce clinker, the main component of cement. The clinker is then cooled and mixed with gypsum and other ingredients to form cement.