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Cemengal awarded contract by Kuwait ACICO Cement

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Cemengal has been awarded a new contract for the supply of a second cement grinding station to ACICO Cement. The contract consists of a complete cement mill workshop and the main equipment to be included within the new contract is a 5200 kW ball mill fully engineered by Cemengal with all the peripheral equipment, as well as a fourth generation classifier from Maggotteaux XP4i-130 for high strength cements. Grinding capacity is projected to be 1 million tpy of cement and it is expected that the plant will be commissioned in 1H20.

The scope of the project includes full engineering and the complete supply of mechanical, process, electrical, and automation equipment, as well as steel manufacturing from the raw material handling areas up to the silo’s cement discharge. As well as the delivery of technology, site supervision, training, and commissioning activities are to be fully provided by Cemengal onsite.

This is the second mill project to be awarded to Cemengal by ACICO Cement. The project is expected to aid the client in satisfying a growing demand for high quality cements for major developments in Kuwait’s future infrastructures.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/01022019/cemengal-awarded-contract-by-kuwait-acico-cement/

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