BEUMER provides Turkish cement manufacturer with 13 bucket elevators and 6 apron conveyors
General contractor Bilim Makina has commissioned BEUMER to supply and mount at its cement plant in Elazig, eastern Turkey, 13 bucket elevators for the transport of cement, clinker and raw meal, as well as 6 apron conveyors and 13 silo discharge systems for clinker transport. The greenfield plant is expected to achieve a capacity of 5,000 tons per day. Sycs Insaar Cimento Madencilik is the user of this plant.
Two high-capacity belt bucket elevators with a centre distance of 133 meters each are included in the scope of supply. They are used for feeding the preheater tower with raw meal. Owing to the size of this plant, a conveying capacity of 500 tons per hour is achieved. High-quality BEUMER steel wire belts with a particularly high strength class ensure this capacity.
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Vom Bauboom in Indien profitiert auch die ACC Wadi, die zur Schweizer Holcim-Gruppe gehört. Der indische Zementhersteller hat deshalb in Wadi im südindischen Bundesstaat Karnataka die Leistung seines Werks auf 13.000 Tagestonnen ausgebaut. Dafür lieferte die BEUMER Group als Generalunternehmer schlüsselfertig ein Hochleistungs-Gurtbecherwerk vom Typ HGBW-HC 1250 x 175,3 m. Dieses ist mit einem Achsabstand von 175,3 Metern derzeit das höchste weltweit.
The ACC Ltd., part of the Lafarge-Holcim Group, is also benefiting from the construction boom in India. The Indian cement manufacturer has therefore expanded the capacity of its factory in Wadi in the south Indian state of Karnataka to 13,000 tonnes per day. The BEUMER Group as main (EPC) contractor reveived a repeat order on turnkey basis, for high-performance belt bucket elevator, type HGBW-HC 1250 x 175.3 m. With a distance between centers of 175.3 meters, this is currently the highest in the world.
The BEUMER Group is an international leader in the manufacture of intralogistics systems for conveying, loading, palletising, packaging, sortation, and distribution. With 4,000 employees worldwide, the BEUMER Group has annual sales of about EUR 700 million. With its subsidiaries and sales agencies, the BEUMER Group serves customers with high quality system solutions and an extensive customer support network around the globe, across a wide range of industries such as the food/non-food, building materials, mining, chemical, post and parcel and airport industries.
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In the field of intralogistics, the trend towards automation is continuing at full pace. In order to increase their competitiveness, companies want their plants and systems to work more efficiently and safely. At the same time, workplaces are required to be designed more ergonomically. Additionally, the emergence of Industry 4.0 integrates all of the involved people, systems, machines and products into one dynamic network. This allows customers to better organise and manage their logistics value chain. BEUMER Group leverages a modular standardisation concept to offer customised solutions for individual tasks.
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