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PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia award contract to Loesche

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PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia awarded a contract to Loesche GmbH for its emerging Cigading slag grinding plant in Cilegon, Banten. In a joint venture with PT Semen Indonesia, PT Krakatau Semen Indonesia is building its first plant of this type, with a planned production of 750 000 tpy.

The new Cigading slag grinding plant is a greenfield project. To grind the granulated blast furnace slag to a fineness of 4500 cm2/g, the customer will use a Loesche mill with an LDC classifier.

The scope of supply for this contract also includes the raw material transport system, the mill dust extraction system, the reject system and the silo equipment.

Subsidiaries of Loesche GbH are also participants in the contract. Loesche ThermoProzesstechnik GmbH is supplying this grinding plant with a type LF-36L (fully inline) hot gas generator for the combustion of IDO. Automation of the plant is supplied by Loesche Automatisierungstechnik GmbH. A service contract was concluded with Loesche Indonesia Pvt. Ltd., located in Jakarta, that includes personnel services. The Loesche team from Jakarta will monitor the local production as well as the assembly and commissioning.

The Loesche mill will be put into operation as early as 1Q17.


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