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AUMUND Machines offers increased productivity to a cement plant in Pakistan

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AUMUND Fördertechnik GmbH receives order for two main bucket elevators, one for the raw meal silo and one for the heat exchanger, as well as two pan conveyors for clinker for Flying Cement's new 8000 tpd kiln line.

AUMUND Machines offers increased productivity to a cement plant in Pakistan

Flying Cement, a member of the Lahore-based conglomerate, Flying Group of Industries, plans to increase its capacity by building a 8000 tpd kiln line and has chosen AUMUND Fördertechnik to supply two main bucket elevators and two pan conveyors for clinker. The complete supply package also includes 13 AUMUND silo discharge gates.

The two AUMUND belt bucket elevators to be supplied will reach a capacity of around 650 tph independently. Flying Cement will use an AUMUND KZB 1200/400 pan conveyor to transport clinker to the main silo. This conveyor will have a capacity of up to 580 tph. The off-spec silo will be served by an AUMUND KZB 1200/400 pan conveyor which has a capacity of 580 tph.

Whilst the bucket elevators will be dispatched to Pakistan at the beginning of August, the pan conveyors will be supplied in a second consignment at the end of this year.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/12062018/aumund-machines-offers-increased-productivity-to-a-cement-plant-in-pakistan/

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