Loesche to supply hot-gas generators to Bangladesh
Published by Jonathan Rowland,
Loesche (Shanghai) Co. Ltd will supply two sets of 35 MW thermal power hot gas generator systems to the Bangladesh market, after receiving a contract from Chine National Heavy Machinery Corp. The contract comes on the back of the successful application of a fully-automated hot gas generator at the Yandong cement plant project.
Loesche has provided hot gas generator systems for EPC projects since 1960. The company’s hot gas generators can run on a variety of fuels, including gas, biogas, coke gas, blastfurnace gas, low-calorific value gas, synthesis gas, diesel, heavy oils, wood dust and pulverised lignite.
“For over fifty years, Loesche has been constantly introducing hot gas generator products with updated technical standards and technical advantages,” the company said in a press release. “This has made Loesche hot gas generators into the ideal choice for industries requiring the direct application of hot air for drying.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/20022017/loesche-to-supply-hot-gas-generators-to-bangladesh/
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