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EUROMIX 3300 SPACE in use at the GODEL location in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

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Zacharias Funk, Head of Systems Engineering at GODEL, oversaw the erection of the plant. With the help of his team, the erection of EUROMIX 3300 SPACE took less than 2 days. Funk said, “I think that under optimum conditions, it is possible to produce concrete in only 3 days after the first transport”.

A standard EUROMIX 3300 SPACE offers insulated cladding to ensure better production and operating conditions. The system statics also allow erection on a compacted and level surface. For the silos, mobile foundations with unit weight of 8 – 10 t in standard transportation dimensions are provided.

GODEL has served the Ruhr district since the order by Emschergenossenschaft to produce several 100 000 m³ of acid-resistant concrete. Mark Stumpe, Plant Manager at the Gelsenkirchen production site, Germany, suggested upon installation his hopes for the EUROMIX 3300 SPACE to increase the plant capacity for the Ruhr district. He and his team of mixing plant operators, have since achieved an output capacity of 140 m³/hr of hardened concrete.

In addition to this and other benefits such as spaciousness and safety, Stumpe has commented on “the large dosing gates and the efficient conveying technology” which “ensure the plant’s high performance in compliance with the tight quality tolerances.”

Mark Stumpe and Zacharias Funk hope that due to the further development of the series, EUROMIX SBM Mineral Processing can further strengthen GODEL’s position in the market.

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