Over the past few months, Polysius has awarded Scheuch a variety of contracts for global plant installations.
Dedusting of the kiln and raw mixture mill at the cement plant in Podilsky, Ukraine will take place using an EMC system dimensioned for 2,000,000 Am3/h. Polysius AG also commissioned Scheuch to deliver 16 secondary dedusting systems.
Ciments Du Sahel, Senegal will receive a total of five EMC filtration plants for dedusting its kiln, cement grinders and cement sifters.
Three EMC filtration plants will also be installed at an iron ore crushing plant in Bahrain. Especially noteworthy here is the high dust loading of 1100g/m3.
Fujairah Cement Industries, UAE. will take delivery of another EMC filtration plant to be used in conjunction with a clinker production facility and twenty-six secondary dedusting points. Fujairah already successfully operates a one-time electrostatic precipitator converted by Scheuch to EMC technology, the first such installation to be equipped with 8m long filter bags.
Following on the heels of a cement grinding mill, HOLCIM in Panama will take delivery of an EMC filter dimensioned for 275,000 Am3/h.
In Dessau, ZAB-Industrietechnik, a 100% subsidiary of KHD, ordered an EMC filter (1,400,000 Am3/h) to be used for kiln dedusting in Russia.
The mill manufacturer Christian Pfeiffer GmbH of Beckum, Germany, is relying on EMC technology in its projects for Lafarge in Poland and Serbia.
In response to an order from Loesche, EMC filters are also scheduled for delivery to South Africa, Greece and Cemex in Mexico.
Future plans also call for the use of EMC technology at two kiln dedusting plants in China, one in Pengzhoiu and one in Wuhan City, each with a capacity of more than 1,000,000 Am3/h.
In the last few days, we learned a contract had been signed for the delivery of the 115th EMC filtration plant. The order was placed by Christian Pfeiffer GmbH of Beckum, Germany.