Polysius supplies 11 000 t/d kiln system for Vietnam

The Cong Thanh Cement Joint Stock Company of Vietnam has contracted Polysius to construct a new kiln line with a capacity of 11 000 t/d cement clinker at their cement factory in the province of Thanh Hoa in Northern Vietnam. The new kiln system itself consists of a 5-stage, 2-string DOPOL® ’90 preheater with PREPOL®-AS-CC calcining system, the 90 m-long rotary kiln and a POLYTRACK® clinker cooler (Fig.). After the new line is commissioned in 2012, the factory will be one of the biggest cement production plants in Asia.

 

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