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Loesche technology chosen for cement plant in the Philippines

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San Miguel Northern Cement Incorporated has chosen technology from Loesche for its new 5000 tpd production line at the Sison site in the province of Pangasinan, the Philippines.

The scope of supply includes two complete grinding plants, one with a LM 56.4 for cement raw material and one with a LM 35.3 D for sub-bituminous coal.

In addition to the mechanical equipment, Loesche will also supply a majority of the electrotechnical components and automation with modern control technology.

Loesche is also responsible for the plant engineering, and the supply of filters and blowers. Supplying mechanics, electrical engineering, and automation supplemented by an engineering package is aimed at reducing the number of interfaces and increasing the overall efficiency of the plant.

San Miguel Northern Cement has also opted to use Hurriclon dedusting technology. Hurriclon technology was introduced to the cement industry by A TEC, part of the the Loesche group, and specially optimised for dedusting raw material mills.

The delivery will be made at the start of the coming year.

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