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Intercem completes commissioning for KCCL

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Following the signing of the contract between KCCL and Intercem in September 2014, Intercem has supplied a 90 tph cement grinding plant with a ballmill, clinker storage and four 1000 t steel cement silos. Aside from the foundation work, all deliveries and services were included in Intercem’s scope of supply.

The 8-spout packing line was ordered directly from the manufacturer by the customer and has been completed, installed and commissioned by Intercem. Raw material is now stored in a new raw material storage area. Three separate vibration feeders, two belt conveyors and a bucket elevator have been installed. The four silos dispose of truck loading stations and the finished product is transported via air conveyor troughs from the silos to the new packing line.

 

An additional contract was placed by KCCL at the end of 2015 because the humidity content of the raw material Pozzolan was much higher that initially expected. For this reason the decision was made to order a Pozzolan-Dryer as well as a further storage for primary crushing and drying of the raw material at Intercem.

 

The construction and installation of these additional components has been finished and the entire plant has been commissioned.

 

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/11102016/intercem-completes-commissioning-for-kccl/

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