VSBK Service Centre
are faced with the challenges of producing bricks of satisfactory quality
efficiently, economically and sustainably with particular regards to
mitigating environmental change. Current technologies for brick production
such as clamps, down draught kilns and BTK’s consume large quantities of
fuel such as coal, firewood and other biomass. The devastating effect of the
pollution caused by huge amount of emissions from the brick industry has
attracted the attention of regulatory agencies who have issued deadlines
after which the polluting kilns are "to clean up or close down".
Shaft Brick Kiln technology is an energy efficient, environment friendly and
economically viable means to produce quality bricks. This technology was
introduced to India at a pilot scale in 1996 and presently 20 kilns are
operational. It essentially consists of one or more rectangular, vertical
shafts within the kiln structure. Rectangular arrays of dried green bricks
and crushed fuel (coal) are carefully stacked into batches, which are loaded
into the shaft from the top and finally batches of fired clay bricks are
removed from the bottom end. During this process, the batches of bricks pass
through the pre-heating, firing and cooling zones before they reach the
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AREAS OF TRAINING
Trainings at VSBK
Service Centre are offered in the following areas:
fuel and fired brick testing
Brick production through vertical shaft brick kiln technology.
Trainings are arranged as per
requirement. In addition to the above VSBK training calendars are published
every year in January.
VSBK Service Centre has a group of trained fire masters and engineers. They
are fully capable of imparting training in the above mentioned areas.
Training fees in each area are Rs. 2000 per participant except kiln
construction. Kiln construction training is Rs. 5000 per participants.
Lodging and boarding are to be borne by participants.
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