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Claudius Peters to supply silos in Russia

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Owned by HeidelbergCement since 2001, the Cesla cement plant in the Leningrad region of Russia has been undergoing modernisation over the last few years. HeidelbergCement is now investing in a second production line at the plant, in order to increase capacity to 1.2 million tpy of cement.

Claudius Peters will supply four silo conversions and a new loading plant, consisting of four loading bins. As part of modification works, the silos will be equipped with new bottom aeration and new discharge system.

To convey the cement to the new loading plants, Claudius Peters will install two FLUIDCON lines per plant, each with a capacity of 300 tph and supplied with Claudius Peters X-pumps. Four truck loading plants with a 200 tph capacity will also be installed.

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