Gallantt Industry Pvt. Ltd has ordered its first ready2grind compact plant for the Indian subcontinent. The plant will be installed in the company’s Gorakhpur factory.
With 65 tph at an average product fineness of 3750 cm²/g according to Blaine, the planned MVR 2500 C-4 represents the medium size of the portfolio of ready2grind plants. Due to the planned installation in the vicinity of a steelworks, blast furnace slag, steelworks slag from an induction furnace and fly ash from an in-house power plant will also be considered as supplementary cementitious materials (SCM) addition to clinker and gypsum.
The mill will be equipped with a 1270 kW main drive and an integrated SLS 2650 VC high-performance classifier of the latest generation.
Compact grinding plants from Gebr. Pfeiffer for small capacities are characterised by short implementation times and low investment costs in addition to the well-known advantages of the MVR mill with the actively redundant rollers. The plant layout optimised for a standard requirement in ready2grind plants is adapted to the customer's special wishes in this order.
The customer is also using the MVR mill technology for this order with regard to sustainable cement production. Due to the special properties of the MVR mill, blended cements with a low clinker content can be produced economically. By using materials that are available as by-products from other industrial processes, the demand for electrical energy and the amount of CO2 per toncement produced can be significantly reduced. In this way, the technology from Gebr. Pfeiffer makes a sustainable contribution to the conservation of resources and thus to the environment.
Apart from the core components of the MVR mill, which are supplied by Gebr. Pfeiffer from Germany, the other components of the ready2grind plant are supplied by Gebr. Pfeiffer (India) Pvt. Ltd, a 100 % subsidiary in the Gebr. Pfeiffer Group.
In addition to the support of the customer during the processing of the order by the engineers of Gebr. Pfeiffer, the Customer Service Centre in Noida is available to the customer, as well as to all other customers in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka, as a competent contact partner for all aftersales questions both remotely and in real terms by sending personnel to the plant.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/06052021/gallantt-industry-pvt-ltd-orders-gebr-pfeiffer-ready2grind-grinding-plant/
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