Saturday, July 22, 2017

What can we do for Effluent waste collected from ceramic industry


Ceramics industry uses a large quantities of water for various activities like raw materials mixing and grinding, slip production, washing, etc.

After processes like the above, a large quantity of water is collected as waste water which should be treated before reuse of released to the environment.
Therefore, a ceramic factory is always equipped with an Effluent Treatment Plant which process the waste water and produce clean water. The process also create a solid sludge extracted from the waste water. After a sedimentation and a filter pressing process, the sediments are collected as lumps, which some may use the name "ETP Cake".

Effect of water quality in the Ceramic Industry



We use a massive amount of water during the production process of Ceramic Products. (Am specially referring to Ceramics tiles manufacturing)
So, does the quality of water affect to the final quality of the product?

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Quartz Industry in Sri Lanka



Quartz is an abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust. It is a hard substance and can transmit ultraviolet light, unlike glass. Quartz is piezoelectric, which means that it creates a voltage when deformed. Quartz can produce a small electric charge by itself when it is put under pressure. So it is widely used in electronic industry.

Monday, November 21, 2016

What are the Inputs For Identification of Risks and Opportunities


As you are aware, the major thing in ISO 9001:2015 is "Risk Based Thinking" where you have to consider risks and opportunities related to your organization with regard to every aspects like socio, economic, political, technological, etc. This would be not only in macro scale but for micro scale at production lines. 


For do this, there are many types of tools available. 
The following methods can be used for determining the inputs for identification of risks and opportunities to the company. There can be many, but these would be the more frequently used ones.

Saturday, November 19, 2016