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Pioneer Cement orders Claudius Peters cooler

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Chinese engineering company, Chengdu Design & Research Institute, has ordered an ETA cooler from Claudius Peters for a cement plant Pakistan. The new cooler will form part of a new production line at Pioneer Cement’s plant in the province of Punjab.

The new 1086/85 S cooler has a capacity of 7700 tpd and will be designed as a stage cooler with RB 488-4 EM integrated roller crusher. It will be equipped with ten rows of HE modules for increased efficiency, Claudius Peters said in a press release.

Pioneer Cement was founded in 1986. It currently operates a two-line cement plant in Punjab. The company is expanding operations to meet rising demand for cement in the region from various local infrastructure projects.

German engineering company, Claudius Peters, supplies a range of equipment to the cement and other industries, including material handling and storage equipment, clinker coolers, grinding mills, and packing systems. It is part of UK-based industrial group, Langley Holdings.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/13082017/pioneer-cement-orders-claudius-peters-cooler/

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