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AUMUND Beijing to assemble a large machinery package for Limak Çimento Kilis

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Sinoma EE Overseas Development has awarded AUMUND Beijing a substantial machinery order for supply to Limak Çimento Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S., at Kilis in Turkey.

The order includes three belt bucket conveyors, five chain bucket elevators, seven pan conveyors, and five drag chain conveyors, all of which are designed and will be installed by AUMUND. The machines are planned for dispatch in 4Q18.

The belt bucket elevators will be able to convey with a capacity of 500 tph and the chain bucket elevators will convey various types of hot or abrasive bulk materials, with centre distances of more than 30 m. The bucket elevators will have forged central chain and will be in operation continuously, for 24 hours each day. They will have a conveying capacity of more than 700 m3/hour.

In addition, seven AUMUND pan conveyors will have centre distances of between 60 and 104 m and will be designed to convey a capacity of 500 tph. Finally, the AUMUND drag chain conveyors (type LOUISE) will have a capacity of 40 tph and will be used for the extraction of clinker dust.

Limak Çimento is currently in its 18th year and has built up investments and shareholdings in Turkey, Mozambique, the Ivory Coast, and Dubai. The expanding group of companies currently holds 11 cement plants, which have a joint capacity of 8 million tpy.

The AUMUND Group are conveying and storage specialists with expertise in dealing with bulk materials. The group is active worldwide.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/17102018/aumund-beijing-to-assemble-a-large-machinery-package-for-limak-imento-kilis/

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