CHINA

Chinese giant orders another cooler with Claudius Peters

The year 2014 started well for the German plant manufacturer Claudius Peters, headquartered at Buxtehude. Anhui Conch from China, the world’s largest cement producer awarded a contract to Claudius Peters for the delivery of an ETA cooler. Since 2009 Conch already ordered 21 ETA coolers from Claudius Peters.

Conch orders in general a cooler capacity of 5500 tpd, only the one installed at their premises in Yangchun has the biggest cooler capacity Claudius Peters ever supplied with 13 000 tpd. Due to the advantages such as high thermal efficiency, low cooling air quantities, high reliability,...

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