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Siwertell receives repeat order for cement unloader

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Siwertell has received a repeat order for a 10 000 S Next Generation road-mobile unloader from a company based in the Middle East. Booked in 2Q17, the order will allow the end-user to expand its white and grey cement operations, supporting its existing road-mobile unloader.

Siwertell receives repeat order for cement unloader

The trailor-based, diesel-powered unloader is fitted with dust filters and a double-bellows discharge system, allowing for a rated unloading capacity of 300 tph. This represents an increase in throughput capacity of up to 30% compared to a single-loading bellows system.

Siwertell’s road-mobile unloaders are based on unique screw conveyor technology. According to the company, this ensures continuous high-capacity operations and reduced unloading times. The company’s unloaders also offer fuel-efficient operation, consuming 0.18 l of diesel during an average cement-handling operation.

Siwertell is part of Cargotec, a company listed on Nasdaq Helsinki exchange with sales of €3.5 billion in 2016. Siwertell specialises in dry bulk cargo handling. In addition to cement, its equipment can be used to handle alumina, biomass, coal, fertilizers, grain, and sulfur.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/20092017/siwertell-receives-repeat-order-for-cement-unloader/

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