Gebr Pfeiffer delivers complete coal grinding plant to Egypt

Gebr Pfeiffer delivers complete coal grinding plant to Egypt
12 June 2017

BMIC, headquartered in Cairo, awarded Gebr Pfeiffer a contract for a complete coal grinding plant on a turnkey basis for its cement plant in Assiut, Egypt.

As a single-source contractor, Gebr Pfeiffer, together with its global and local partners, suppliers and subcontractors, is responsible for the complete scope, including engineering, supply of plant parts, imported or locally manufactured, construction and commissioning of the plant.

Detailed description of scope:
•    procurement and delivery of material and equipment
•    basic and detailed engineering
•    manufacture of equipment including supporting structures
•    civil construction, steel structure and mechanical erection works
•    installation of electrical equipment and process instrumentation
•    commissioning
•    management activities for the whole project, starting from the engineering phases through to the achievement of the provisional acceptance

The core of the plant is the Pfeiffer MPS 2800 BK coal mill designed to grind 50tph coal to a fineness of 12 per cent R0.090mm as well as 25tph petcoke to a fineness of three per cent R0.090mm. The mill design allows coal to be ground with a feed moisture of up to 15 per cent and petcoke with a moisture of as much as eight per cent.

The plant will start operation in the first quarter of 2018.

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