Retrofitting Ijaci’s ID fans

Published 23 August 2017

Tagged Under: kiln fans 

In a recent project InterCement awarded Howden South America the contract to retrofit its existing kiln induced-draught fans at its Ijaci plant in Minas Gerais, Brazil. As a result the cement works was able to increase its kiln capacity and introduce alternative fuels as a more sustainable and less expensive energy source. By Howden South America, Brazil.

The new equipment ships from Howden South America, Brazil

InterCement operates 40 production units in eight countries, including Argentina, Portugal, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Brazil and Paraguay. In addition to cement, the company produces lime and special concrete. As one of the largest cement companies in the world, InterCement continues to expand by investing in new plants, acquisitions and capacity extensions.

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