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New laboratory automation system for Wotan Zement, Germany

29 November 2012, Published under Cement News

For the quality monitoring and control of their cement products, Portlandzementwerk Wotan decided to install a new laboratory automation system from ThyssenKrupp Polysius.   As from spring 2013, the POLAB ACT will replace the existing POLAB system which has been in service at the company's Üxheim plant since 1993.   In addition, a pneumatic tube dispatch station for cement is being installed at the plant.

New cement grinding plant for Guinea

12 September 2012, Published under Cement News

Ciments de l‘Afrique (CIMAF) and Polysius France have signed a contract for the construction of a cement grinding plant and a cement dispatch centre in Guinea.   The order comprises the entire scope of activities, from plant planning, procurement, manufacturing and delivery right up to the plant erection and commissioning. The plant has two clinker stores with 30,000t capacity in the port of Conakry. Another clinker store with a storage capacity of 10,000t will be built in the works approxi...

New POLAB Shuttle system for Solnhofen, Germany

05 March 2012, Published under Cement News

The Solnhofer Portland-Zementwerke, Germany, contracted ThyssenKrupp Polysius to install a state-of-the-art laboratory automation system in the existing laboratory rooms.   For the Solnhofen plant laboratory, the solution is POLAB Shuttle, the new laboratory automation generation.   In addition to the mobile robot, the system will include a capsule receiving module, two POLAB APM sample preparation devices, an XRF sample analysis spectrometer, an XRD X-ray diffractometer and an automatic B...

Iraq – open for business

22 November 2011, Published under Cement News

Last September, a delegation of senior ministers from Iraq’s government convened in London for the first Iraq Mining conference. The message they wanted to convey was that Iraq, after decades of war and uncertainty, is now ready for business. The economy is open to foreign investors, security has improved, and the opportunity is there for those who wish to seize it. In this exclusive report, ICR examines the potential for the cement sector in Iraq. Iraq has experienced unimaginable t...