What are the differences between wet and dry processes of a cement manufacturer?

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The difference between wet and dry process of cement manufacture is such that the wet cement has slurry formation due to water added to it. The dry cement does not require the addition of water, but only dry materials that are added in proportion. The fundamental cement ingredient is calcium silicate.
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