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PT Semen Bima orders thyssenkrupp Polysius crusher

30 November 2022, Published under Cement News

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has been awarded a contract with a client in Central Java, Indonesia consisting of the supply of the new titan® Double-Shaft Hammer crusher. After buying the first crusher (stationary) in 2019, PT Semen Bima decided to select thyssenkrupp Polysius once again to supply a second crusher for its new quarry extension, which will significantly increase its crushing capacity. The crushing system will be a semi-mobile version to enable the customer to relocate t...

Hazemag installs 3500tph crusher for Texas cement plant

05 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Hazemag has installed a new 3500tph primary crushing system at a Texas cement plant. It will be one of the largest Andreas impactors operating in North America.   Hazemag delivered the very latest design and control technology found within its apron feeder, roller screen and the model HPI 2030 primary impactor capable of processing massive blocks or limestone at a capacity of 2500tph. The challenges and setbacks as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic made the project a challenging pr...

Hazemag supplies NCC Northern Cement with two new crushers

08 December 2020, Published under Cement News

Hazemag Systems Gmbh has supplied two crushers to NCC Northern Cement Corp in Philippines in partnership with our local partner PrinceACE Corp. In September 2020 Hazemag Systems received an order from San Miguel Northern Cement Inc for the delivery of two Hazemag Roller Crushers HRC 1230. The two roller crushers are designed for 800tph of shale, silica and pozzolan for Line A. With a dimension of approximately 8857mm length, 6477mm width and 2222mm height the roller crushers are one ...

La Araña cement works to install new crusher

04 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Spain-based La Araña cement plant, owned by FYM-HeidelbergCement, has received approval from the town’s planning department to build a new slate crusher. The EUR3m project is expected to reduce noise and dust emissions from the operations. The new equipment will replace two existing crushers, which are around 60 years old. The assembly of the crusher will start at the beginning of next year with commissioning to follow in summer.

Côte d'Ivoire: LafargeHolcim plans to double output potential from May

20 April 2017, Published under Cement News

As of May, LafargeHolcim intends to double its production capacity in Côte d’Ivoire to 2Mta. The expansion will primarily be the result of a new crusher with a capacity of 1Mta, which is currently being installed. "Lafarge Holcim CI is now, more than ever, organised to meet the increasing demand of the market. The construction of our new crusher will be completed within a month. It's a big investment that will allow us to produce an additional million tonnes of cement incrementally, st...

Thai cement producer orders MSW recycling lines

23 January 2017, Published under Cement News

Italiab-based recycling equipment supplier Forrec has recently delivered two crusher recycling lines for the treatment of municipal solid waste to a cement plant customer in Thailand, with another four lines expected for 2017. These complete systems, which include the Forrec FR5000 series multi-crusher, the largest model in the range, are to clear local landfill sites. The end product will be used as fuel for a major Thai cement company. The multi-crusher can handle up to 80tph...

Down to size

27 January 2016, Published under Cement News

PT Cemindo Gemilang, part of the Ganda group and relative newcomer to the cement business, has recently constructed a 10,000tpd integrated cement works on Java, Indonesia. The crushing plant for the new facility, supplied by HAZEMAG & EPR, has the capacity to handle 2500tph and benefits from a roller screen and impact crusher combination. By Daniela Ulbrich, Hazemag & EPR GmbH, Germany. Figure 1: layout of the primary crushing plant for PT Cemindo Gemilang’s cement works in Bayah, In...