KOREA

Follow-up order from Sun ­Cement for Loesche

In order to ensure more cost-effective production, at the Mokpo ­cement plant of Sun ­Cement Co. Ltd. in ­Korea plans have been made to replace the current outdated ball mill with a new grinding plant. For this reason, Loesche from Duesseldorf, Germany has been commissioned to deliver a LM 35.2+2 CS mill. The vertical roller grinding mill will produce slag cement with a fineness of 4600 Blaine, at a capacity of 45 tph. The capacity of the gearbox will be 1600 kW.

The delivery of the key parts for the VRM type 35.2+2 CS to Sun Cement Co. Ltd. is planned for the end of this year.

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