Loesche wins mill order for Nepalese plant
Published by Jonathan Rowland,
German mill manufacturer, Loesche, has received an order from the Chaudhary Group for a vertical roller mill for coal grinding. Chaudhary Group is a Kathmandu-based company with a cement plant in the Palpa region of central Nepal.
The mill will have a capacity of 25 tph. The order was received via German engineering company, KHD Humbuldt Wedag, which is constructing a new clinker plant for Chaudhary Group. The LM 26.3 D coal mill be in operation by the end of 2018 with a throughput of 50 tph, 25% R on 90 µm.
The new clinker production unit has been designed with a capacity of 3900 tpd of ordinary Portland cement. Limestone will be extracted from a nearby quarry.
Founded in 1968 by Lunkaran Das Chaudhary, Chaudhary Group is a diversified industrial conglomerate. In addition to cement, the company operates in the biotech, education, electronics, food and beverages, telecoms, and financial services sectors, among others.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/29112017/loesche-wins-mill-order-for-nepalese-plant/
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