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LOESCHE continues its role in Chinese cement industry

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World Cement,

Following several years of cooperation with Sinoma, LOESCHE has again ensured a contract with the Chinese engineering company.

The Chinese Lubao Cement Company is in the process of building a new plant for the production of cement clinker. The plant, located in Bei Liu in south China, will have a capacity of 4500 tpd. LOESCHE has been commissioned to provide three vertical roller mills for raw material, another for coal, and a final mill for clinker and slag.

The raw material mill will utilise four rollers and have a capacity of 450 tph, grinding the materials to a fineness of 12%. The subsequent grinding of cement clinker will be carried out by a further LOESCHE mill, which will have a capacity of 200 tph and will grind to a fineness of between 3400 and 3600 Blaine. The final mill to be provided by LOESCHE will be a large 3-roll mill, with a capacity of 42 tph. This mill will be used to grind fuel coal to a fineness of 2%.

LOESCHE’s customer and general contractor in this project is Sinoma (Suzhou) Construction Co., belonging to the Sinoma International Engineering Co. and part of the China National Building Material Group Corp. During its 50 years of development in the Chinese cement industry, Sinoma has implemented 400 cement production lines. 60 of these are full engineering, procurement, and construction projects in China and other Asian and African countries.

LOESCHE has previously contributed to Sinoma projects, and those of its related companies. These have included the delivery of multiple vertical roller mills. Following these successes, LOESCHE has won the Lubao Cement Company as a new customer and purchaser of mills.

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