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Sri Lanka-based Lanwa Sanstha Cement Corp orders two MVR mills

18 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Lanwa Sanstha Cement Corp (Pvt) Ltd has awarded Gebr Pfeiffer SE the contract for two MVR cement mills for its plant in Sri Lanka. The two grinding facilities consist of an MVR 5000 C-4 each, producing 180tph of OPC, ground to a fineness of 4000cm2/g according to Blaine. The core components of the plants will be supplied by Gebr Pfeiffer SE in Europe while Indian subsidiary Gebr Pfeiffer (India) Pvt Ltd will supply most components and provide the engineering. It will also provide the sta...

Dal Teknik Makina to upgrade Gazakh cement plant

11 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Dal Teknik Makina has won the contract to upgrade the Gazakh cement plant in Azerbaijan. The clinker production capacity will rise from 2500 to 3300tpd. The supply of equipment is expected to be completed in six months and the shutdown period is planned for five weeks. Dal Teknik Makina evaluated the current situation of the specified bottlenecks and offered an upgrade plan involving the raw mill unit, kiln de-dusting unit and pyroprocessing section. The first part of the upgrade will be t...

Mombasa Cement orders mill from Gebr Pfeiffer

02 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Kenya’s Mombasa Cement has awarded Gebr Pfeiffer with a contract for an MVR 3750 C-4 mill for its second kiln line project, which is currently under construction at Vipingo, Kenya. The unit has a drive power of 2900kW and will be able to produce 150tph of OPC. The MVR 3750 C-4 mill in Tororo, Uganda, which has an identical design to the new mill Mombasa Cement already operates two cement mills from the Germany-based grinding specialist. In January 2016 the producer signed a c...

FLSmidth to convert one line at Al Safwa Cement to white cement

27 June 2019, Published under Cement News

Al Safwa Cement Co of Saudi Arabia is converting to a dual white and grey cement line, aiming to begin production in early 2020. The flexibility to adapt to market demands is a crucial competitive factor, and the new production capability will allow Al Safwa Cement Co to convert easily between grey or white cement production as necessary.  The contract to convert one of Al Safwa Cement's grey cement kiln lines has been awarded to Denmark-based FLSmidth. This will involve the cost-effectiv...

FLSmidth wins Morocco contract

20 June 2019, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth and Société Générale des Travaux du Maroc (SGTM) signed a contract with TEKCIM SA to build a 3600tpd greenfield cement plant in Ouled Ghanem, El-Jadida province, Morocco. The turnkey contract, in which FLSmidth has a share of DKK335m (US$53.7m), includes the supply of a full range of equipment from crushing to packing and load-out as well as supervision, engineering, commissioning and training of the local workforce. "The project includes state-of-the-art equipment that will prov...

Cem’In’Eu awards Portes les Valence grinding contract to FCB

19 June 2019, Published under Cement News

Cem’In’Eu has awarded the contract for a 0.25Mta grinding plant at Portes les Valence, Drôme, France, to Fives FCB. The order includes an FCB-B ball mill with a capacity of 34tph, which will operate in closed circuit with an FCB TSV high-efficiency dynamic separator. In addition, Fives FCB will supply clinker, limestone and gypsum hoppers and loading systems. "This contract is the basis of a genuine partnership between Cem'In'Eu and Fives FCB which will involve the supply of other product...

Siam City Cement will use AI to improve its supply chain

13 June 2019, Published under Cement News

Siam City Cement aims to upgrade its business chain using Krungsri Supply Chain on Blockchain Innovation, an AI deep learning technology. "The Krungsri Supply Chain on Blockchain is another successful development that will help make the purchasing, sales and various documentation systems making up the product supply chain of Siam City Cement Group faster and more accurate," says Mr Saym Prasitsirigul, Krungsri Head of SME Banking Group. "As a result, business in the supply chain will see th...

Gebr Pfeiffer wins LafargeHolcim Guinea order for VRM

10 June 2019, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim has ordered a Gebr Pfeiffer MVR 2500 C-4 mill to grind cement in the port of Conakry at the Sonfonia cement plant, Guinea. The VRM features a total drive power of 1300kW. The mill has been designed to grind 75tph of CEM IV 32.5 and 69tph of CEM IV 42.5 to a specific surface of 3440cm²/g and 3340cm²/g according to Blaine, respectively. The MVR 2500 C-4 is Gebr Pfeiffer's current top-selling mill. Despite the relatively small grinding table diameter of 2.5m (compared to Gebr Pf...

Gebr Pfeiffer to supply ready2grind plant to Algematco Steel

22 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Germany-based grinding specialist Gebr Pfeiffer has won the order for a vertical roller mill from Algematco Steel in Algeria. Gebr Pfeiffer will deliver a ready2grind plant that is based on a MVR 2500 C-4 VRM with a SLS 2650 BC classifier and drives. In addition, the company will supply the feed module with material dosing and transport, plant filter, fan and hot gas generator as well as electrical switch gear with plant control system, silo plant, packing and palletising facilities and l...

Unitherm-Cemcon supplies MAS burners to South Korean plant

17 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Unitherm-Cemcon has commissioned a MAS burner for a South Korean cement producer in May 2019. The start-up took just four days. The Austrian burner company won a contract to supply three MAS kiln burners at a South Korean plant in late 2018. The first burner was delivered in February 2019 and the remaining two in March 2019. The scope of supply included two MAS/4/KO.SO burners for coal and heavy oil with 43MW and one MAS/7/KO.SO.X rotary burner for coal, heavy oil and solid fuels with 87...