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BILIM Makina orders two more Pfeiffer mills

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BILIM Makina has ordered two more Pfeiffer mills for its new Dincer Cimento project in Bilecik, Turkey. The order continues a long-standing relationship between the companies: in 2014, the company bought an MPS 250 BK petcoke mill for a cement plant in Elazig, which has been operating to full satisfaction since its commissioning.

The new mills include another MPS 250 BK mill for petcoke, as well as an MVR mill for grinding raw meal, the first time BILIM Makina will install the vertical mill technology.

Featuring drive power of 3800 kW, the MVR 5000 R-4 mill will grind 425 tph of raw meal to a fineness of 12% R 90 µm. In addition to the mill, Gebr. Pfeiffer will supply the high-efficiency cyclone collector, the mill fan, and some shut-off flaps and control dampers.

The MPS 250 BK is designed to grind petcoke at 30 tph to a fineness of 3% R 90 µm. Both mills are due to be commissioned in early 2019.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/02032018/bilim-makina-orders-two-pfeiffer-mills/

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