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CEMTEC awarded contract in Gambia

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Salam Cement Co. has contracted CEMTEC Cement and Mining Technology for a cement grinding plant in Banjul, Gambia. CEMTEC will be responsible for engineering and supply of the plant, which will be the first grinding plant in the country.

CEMTEC awarded contract in Gambia

The plant will feature an economic steel structure, keeping costs low, with “fully-reliable cement equipment”, CEMTEC said in a press release. It will include a 3.2 m dia. x 9.5 m CEMTEC slide shoe ball mill with 1250 kW motor in close circuit with a CTC-045 separator.

Capacity of the plant will be 35 tpy of CEM II-32.5 cement. Production is anticipated to begin next year and will be a “major contribution to the development of the area”, the company concluded.

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