Control of the secondary air temperature during normal kiln operation

Every kiln operator understands that he must maintain the secondary air temperature as high as possible because it contains the maximum amount of heat that can be recovered from the clinker. The second advantage of higher secondary air temperature is that it gives the operator the chance and therefore the advantage of burning the clinker nearer

to the nose ring of the kiln.
Tertiary air temperature, should not be more than 900ºC since the temperature in the precalciner should not exceed this limit.