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Buckets of flexibility

27 July 2022, Published under Cement News

In the cement industry high-capacity bucket elevators are used to lift a wide range of bulk materials, including raw mix, limestone, coal, raw meal, clinker and cement. Gambarotta Gschwendt recently received an order for several bucket elevators for a new cement line in Qatar. The order included its new ESPLV bucket elevator, suitable for material flows. By Gambarotta Gschwendt Srl, Italy. Gambarotta Gschwendt ESPLV bucket elevators are capable of lifting over 2000m 3 /h Five...

Aumund refurbish world's tallest bucket elevator

12 April 2022, Published under Cement News

ACC Cement Ltd ( Holcim Group ) has commissioned the refurbishment of the world's tallest belt bucket elevator, which is 175.3m high. The elevator supplied by Aumund Engineering Pvt Ltd, Chennai, India, is installed at Wadi cement plant , one of the largest and most modern cement plants in India, for raw meal preheater transport at a continuous rate of 600tph.   While the bucket elevator at Wadi Cement, Karnataka state, remained in service, a detailed inspection revealed complete overh...

AUMUND implements PREMAS® 4.0 at Jura-Cement

14 October 2021, Published under Cement News

Since the beginning of 2021 Jura-Cement-Fabriken AG Switzerland (CRH group) has been using the newly-launched P REMAS ® 4.0 predictive maintenance solution (PMS) on an Aumund belt bucket elevator at its cement plant in Wildegg. P REMAS ® 4.0 is an innovative digital monitoring system offered by Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH, Rheinberg, for predictive maintenance. At the beginning of 2020 Jura-Cement was the recipient of the first prototype of the P REMAS ® 4.0 System. Test runs were ...

Aumund takes over KoWey after-sales service

13 July 2021, Published under Cement News

Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH has taken over the after-sales service from KoWey (Germany) and from KCT Engineering (India) on all machinery, including original spare parts and retrofits, respectively conversions with regard to the bucket elevators and conveying systems supplied worldwide.   Aumund says its P REMAS ® Services for preventive and predictive maintenance are highly recommended worldwide for all installed KoWey machines to check the conditions and to suggest the corresponding mai...

Aumund wins order for OYAK Çimento plant

07 January 2021, Published under Cement News

OYAK Çimento AS has awarded thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (France) SAS the project to construct a grinding station for calcinated clay and cement in Kribi, Cameroon, and Aumund France has received contracts to supply bulk material handling equipment for the project. Aumund is supplying a package of three Aumund bucket elevators with central chain type BWZ, three belt bucket elevators type BWG and three Samson ® material feeders as the conveying solutions for each of these mills.  ...

HeidelbergCement Schelklingen plant receives Germany's highest bucket elevator

21 September 2020, Published under Cement News

Germany-based Beumer Group has commissioned Germany’s highest bucket elevator at HeidelbergCement’s Schelklingen plant near Ulm. The order is part of a project by thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions to modernise the cement works and comply with new emission limit values. As part of the thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions project, a new preheater tower was built at the HeidelbergCement’plant. The Beumer Group bucket elevator is used to feed raw meal to the kiln. This high-capacity belt bucket el...

Elevating service life

26 September 2012, Published under Cement News

The modernisation of Lafarge’s Wössingen plant in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, included improvements on the existing belt bucket elevator to the raw mill. The intralogistics specialist Beumer was awarded a contract to supply its heavy-duty bucket elevators which offer increased conveying capacity and longer service life. Thanks to this new technology, the existing bucket elevator could be easily altered. German-based Beumer Group takes us through the project. Lafarge’s Wössingen plant,...