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Guatemala: Cemento Regional enters the market

14 November 2016, Published under Cement News

Cemento Regional has started operating a plant in Escuintla, Guatemala, which has capacity to produce 8000 bags of cement per day with its new Cemengal Plug&Grind ® Classic grinding plant. Cemento Regional has invested US$12.2m in the construction and commissioning of the 12tph modular grinding plant, which will supply the product to its three stores in the department of Guatemala. "...Cemento Regional will start selling in its branded stores in El Naranjo, Calzada La Paz and on the ...

Venezuela: Yaracuy mini-plant online 1H16

15 June 2015, Published under Cement News

Construction on the new cement works at Barranco Amarillo in Peña, Yaracuy state, is expected to be completed in the first half of 2016. The plant, with a capacity to produce 600tpd  or 4.5m bags of cement in two vertical kilns, is being built with assistance from India-based Megatech International. It is one of five mini plants in Portuguesa, Cojedes, Aragua, Mérida and Yaracuy covered by a bilateral agreement with India. The site has proven limestone reserves sufficient for 100 year...

India: Amul Cement to build mini cement plant

25 November 2014, Published under Cement News

Amul Cement is constructing a vertical shaft kiln in Patapar village, Junagadh, Gujarat, India. The mini plant will cost INR30m (US$484,587) and will have a capacity of 37,500tpa of cement and concrete products. Machinery will be procured locally. The project is waiting for environmental clearance. Civil work is nearing completion and the project is scheduled for completion in 2Q15.

Cement mill output

11 September 2013, Published under Cement News

Following the Cemtech Asia technical workshop in Jakarta in June, Dr Clark decides that the blended cement workshop needs to be expanded to cover broader topics. Starting by considering the reasons for the current proliferation of mini-cement grinding plants around the world, he then moves onto the technical aspects of how energy consumption and output of a cement grinding system can be predicted. The output of the mill can easily be predicted by knowing the energy consumption of t...