Ramco Cement Ltd has ordered three vertical roller mills (VRM) from Loesche for its cement plants. The three mills will be used to grind clinker or slag at plants in the Indian states of West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, and Odisha.
Loesche will deliver one LM 41.2+2 CS mill to grind portland pozzolana cement (PPC) at Ramco’s Kolaghat grinding plant in West Bengal, where the company is increasing capacity. The mill will grind clinker, slag, gypsum and flyash at a capacity of 130 tph. The mill has two grinding rollers and two support rollers with a power range of 3000 kW.
A second identical LM 41.2+2 CS mill will be delivered to the grinding plant in Gobburupalam in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
The third mills – a LM 46.2+2 CS – will be installed at Ramco’s newly-construction Haridaspur cement plant in Odisha. The new mill will grind PPC at a rage of 165 tph. The order also includes bag filters, mill fans, and further auxiliary equipment and will be carried out in about six months. The new LM 46.2+2 CS will join an existing Loesche mill of the same type as Haridaspur.
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