AUMUND Group receives two orders from Turkish cement producers
Published by Jonathan Rowland,
AUMUND Group has been awarded two new projects in the Turkish cement industry, continuing the German company’s long-standing record of supplying the Turkish cement industry with materials handling equipment. The projects were awarded by Dinçer Çimento for its plant in Bilecik and Askale Çimento.
The scope of supply to Dinçer Çimento includes three AUMUND BWZ chain bucket elevators with centre distances between 27 m and 36 m, and capacities of up to 400 tph. These recirculation bucket elevators will be installed in the raw mill and for clinker conveying.
In addition, six AUMUND BWG belt bucket elevators will be installed in the areas of raw meal conveying, heat exchanger, cement silo feed and in the packing plant. The belt bucket elevators have centre distances between 25 m and 145 m, and are designed for capacities of 120 - 500 tph.
The Bilecik plant will also receive two AUMUND KZB pan conveyors, with a capacity of up to 300 tph and a lift of 38.5 m, to transport clinker to the clinker silo of the new line. Underneath the clinker silo, three more 400 tph AUMUND pan conveyors will be installed, along with silo discharge gates. Another AUMUND KZB pan conveyor with a lift of 25.5 m and a capacity of up to 200 tph will convey additives.
For Askale Çimento, the Rheinberg-based company will supply a heavy-duty AUMUND chain bucket elevator for recirculation of bulk material for the roller press. It has a centre distance of 47 m and a capacity of up to 1250 tph – but the distinguishing feature of this chain bucket elevator is a heavy-duty AUMUND AU19 chain with a breaking load of 2450 kN.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/11062018/aumund-group-receives-two-orders-from-turkish-cement-producers/
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