Gebr Pfeiffer awarded contracts in Turkey, Iraq and Malaysia

Gebr Pfeiffer awarded contracts in Turkey, Iraq and Malaysia
Published: 12 June 2014

Gebr Pfeiffer has been awarded new contracts for its grinding technology in Turkey, Iraq and Malaysia.

Four mills for Elazig cement works in Turkey
In Turkey, Bilim Makina Insaat Sanayi ve Tic A/S has placed another order for four mills for its cement works in Elazig, situated to the east of Ankara.

The order covers an MPS 250 BK roller mill with a drive power of 500kW for coal grinding and two safety shut-off dampers. The mill is designed to yield 35tph of petcoke, with the material being ground to a fineness of 3.5 per cent R90µm.

A Pfeiffer MPS 5000 B mill will be used for cement raw material grinding. The mill featuring a drive power of 3800kW will be capable of producing 470tph of cement raw material ground to a fineness of 12 per cent R90µm.

Bilim Makina has also selected two Pfeiffer vertical roller mills of the type MPS 5000 BC for cement grinding. Each of the mills features a drive power of 4400kW and will grind 200tph of OPC with a specific surface of 3400cm²/g according to Blaine.  

All four mills are scheduled to be delivered in the spring of 2015.
Two MVR cement mills for Iraq
Sinoma Suzhou Construction, acting as general contractor for the Sulaymaniyah works in Iraq, has ordered two MVR 6000 C-6 cement mills from Gebr Pfeiffer SE. Last year, Sinoma Suzhou  placed an order with Gebr Pfeiffer for a raw mill for the Sulaymaniyah works.

The two MVR cement mills will come equipped with a conventional drive with an installed power of 6000kW. They will grind various cement qualities to the required fineness degrees between 3600-5500cm²/g depending on the product type, achieving capacities ranging between 132- 210tph.

Delivery is scheduled for the end of 2014.

Follow-up order for YTL Malaysia
Chinese general contractor TCDRI has awarded Gebr Pfeiffer SE the contract for a MPS 2800 BK coal mill. This will be the third coal mill of its type to be installed at a YTL cement plant in Malaysia. Featuring an installed power of 70 kW, the coal mill will grind 35tph of a sub-bituminous coal with a total moisture content of 25 per cent to a product fineness of ≤10 per cent R90µm. Delivery of the mill is scheduled for the end of 2014.