• 1st International Conference
    Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete
  • 1st International Conference
    Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete
  • 1st International Conference
    Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete
  • LC3 offers
    a viable solution for large scale production of low carbon cement
  • LC3 is made
    from raw materials that are abundantly available across the globe

WHAT IS LC3 ?

LC3 is a new type of cement that is based on a blend of limestone and calcined clay. LC3 can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 30%, is made using limestone and low-grade clays which are available in abundant quantities, is cost effective and does not require capital intensive modifications to existing cement plants.

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WHAT MAKES LC3 UNIQUE

What makes LC3 a real and viable solution for Low Carbon Cement to be used on a global scale?

  1. 1
    Existing equipment can be used

    LC3 can be produced with existing manufacturing leading to only marginally increased investments for calcining equipment.

  2. 2
    Low cost of production

    Reduced clinker content, reduced fuel consumption for calcination compared to clinker contribute to lowering production costs.

  3. 3
    Known technology

    Clinker – Limestone systems and Clinker – Calcined Clay systems are well established. LC3 is not about inventing a new technology but optimizing the synergy between two already known chemical systems.

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LOW CARBON

LC3 can reduce CO2 emissions per tonne of cement by up to 30%.

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LOW COST

LC3 requires less energy and can be made using fairly low grade and low cost clays.

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LOW CAPITAL

LC3 does not require substantial capital investments and can be produced in existing plants.

LC3
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