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Research company CI4C to investigate use of polysius® pure oxyfuel

12 March 2021, Published under Cement News

The four European cement manufacturers Buzzi Unicem-Dyckerhoff, HeidelbergCement AG, Schwenk Zement KG and Vicat plan to investigate the industrial-scale use of Oxyfuel carbon capture technology in cement production in a demonstration plant. Hence, the research company "CI4C - Cement Innovation for Climate" was established. The aim is to capture 100 per cent of the CO 2 and use it with the help of renewable energies to produce so-called 'refuels', ie climate-neutral synthetic fuels such a...

Sustainable vision supported by thyssenkrupp at Cotec meeting

10 February 2017, Published under Cement News

At the 11th Cumbre de Cotec Europa, an event hosted by the Cotec Foundation, thyssenkrupp supported the organisation's vision for a sustainable model for the economy and production systems. Together with several European partners the company has already developed various products aimed at reducing waste and energy consumption in cities, where the largest amount of energy is consumed. The King of Spain, Felipe VI, chaired the event together with the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio...

Consortium awarded Oruro contract, Bolivia

04 April 2014, Published under Cement News

German-Spanish consortium (ThyssenKrupp) Polysius-Sacyr-Imasa has been awarded the US$244m contract for Ecebol’s new cement plant in Caracollo Norte, Oruro, Bolivia, according to the general manager of the Service for the Development of Productive Public Companies (SEDEM), Patricia Ballivián. Local press have reported that the award includes the construction of a US$2m electrical substation that was outside the technical scope of the project but represents a saving for the Bolivian state....

ThyssenKrupp awarded new Holcim Indonesia cement plant project

22 March 2013, Published under Cement News

ThyssenKrupp Polysius has won a contract from PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk, to build a second cement plant near the town of Tuban on the northern coast of the island of Java. The contract is worth around US$250m and the plant is scheduled to start production in 2015. "This follow-up order is proof of our good partnership with the customer and shows that our technological solutions and leading engineering expertise are supporting Holcim in the growth of the Indonesian cement industry. We are fi...

Mangalam Cement grinding plant project order, India

05 March 2012, Published under Cement News

For its new cement grinding plant, Mangalam Cement Ltd. selected a grinding system from ThyssenKrupp Polysius.   The new grinding plant is to be installed in Aligarh near New Delhi in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is to be a combi-grinding system consisting of POLYCOM high-pressure grinding roll with two 1060kW drive units, a SEPOL-PC high-efficiency separator and a 3.6m x 8m ball mill with a drive power of 1300kW. The grinding plant will have a rated cement output of 150tph.